******FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*****
Sunday August 12, 2012
JON FETHERSTON FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Serving Ashland and Framingham
The Committee to Elect Jon Fetherston announces that Massachusetts Victory 2012 resources in Suite 300 at 1671 Worcester Road in Framingham, Ma. have been made available to Mr. Fetherston and his campaign staff. The red brick, multi-story office building is located on Route 9 Westbound at the intersection of California Avenue. The Fetherston campaign has two dedicated offices, use of the call center, use of volunteers, and other resources to win the State Representative race in the 7th Middlesex District. There are several Mass Victory 2012 locations leased and staffed by the Massachusetts Republican Party to provide resources to candidates. The Framingham location provides support for Scott Brown, Jon Fetherston, and several other local Republican candidates. There is a full time staff of campaign professionals plus dedicated volunteers from 18 to 80 years old. Volunteers can contact JP Griffin at 603 218-9973 or email@example.com to work at this Mass Victory 2012 location. Please contact Jon Fetherston at 508 816-6674 or firstname.lastname@example.org to work directly for him. You can also contact the Fetherston campaign at 508 596-8017. The Fetherston office located at 158A Pond St. in Ashland will continue to be used. Voters are encouraged to meet with Mr. Fetherston at either location. Please call for an appointment or come between 6 and 8 PM every Thursday for office hours.
Jon Fetherston is a resident of Ashland along with his wife and two teenage sons. Jon Fetherston was recently the two time Chairman of the Board of Selectmen. He also has served as a Board member of several MetroWest associations, is a US Army Veteran, and was recently elected to the Ashland Board of Health. He is a strong advocate for Special Needs children and young adults. As a State Representative Jon Fetherston will work to bring more good jobs, fair funding for public education, and improved public transportation to Framingham and Ashland.