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February 9, 2018

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Dracut Official Launches Campaign for State Representative

Dracut, MA – Sabrina Heisey, a member of the Dracut School Committee, announced plans to challenge incumbent State Representative Colleen Garry in this year’s Democratic primary. “I respect the representative’s 23 years of service to our district, but I have spoken with many residents in Dracut and Tyngsborough who think it’s time for a new voice and a fresh perspective on Beacon Hill,” Heisey said.

Heisey, a mother of six children and a Research Administrative Supervisor at Boston Children’s Hospital who has called Dracut home for more than a decade, will focus exclusively on addressing issues of importance to the district’s residents during the campaign and once she is in office. “I think voters want an advocate who is committed to tackling relevant issues such as the education and healthcare,” said Heisey.

In addition to her work in the medical field and as a local elected official, Heisey has contributed to her community in a multitude of other ways as a volunteer with the Massachusetts Adoption Research Exchange (MARE), the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston, Horizons for Homeless Children, and as a Girl Scout troop leader. She looks forward to earning the opportunity to take her commitment to public service to the next level by serving in the legislature.

Although defeating an incumbent is usually a difficult task, Heisey has never been one to shy away from a challenge. In 2017, she surprised local political observers by decisively scoring an unlikely win against an incumbent member of the Dracut School Committee. While Representative Garry begins this race with the advantage of incumbency, Heisey is confident that Democratic and unenrolled voters throughout the district will be receptive to her message of change.

Heisey said, “I look forward to meeting with the voters of the Thirty-Sixth Middlesex District and better understanding their concerns so I can properly address them on Beacon Hill. I believe that great leaders are great listeners, and I am excited about working hard to strengthen our communities.” The Democratic primary election will take place on Tuesday, September 4, 2018. Voters can find their polling location by

To learn more about Sabrina Heisey and her campaign to bring positive change to Beacon Hill on behalf of the residents of Dracut and Tyngsborough, visit

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