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Coakley Knocks on 10,000th Campaign Door in Framingham

Governor candidate Martha Coakley made her 10,000th canvas stop on Main Street in Framingham Saturday morning.

Governor candidate Martha Coakley campaigned and knocked on doors along Main Street in Framingham Saturday morning. Credit: Martha Coakley for Governor
Governor candidate Martha Coakley campaigned and knocked on doors along Main Street in Framingham Saturday morning. Credit: Martha Coakley for Governor
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley, a Democratic candidate for governor, knocked on her 10,000th campaign door, since she launched her bid for the governor's office last fall.

Coakley made her 10,000th canvas stop on Main Street in Framingham Saturday morning.

Coakley was elected the state's first female Attorney General in 2006. Prior to that she was Middlesex District Attorney.

Click to read about her views.

Born and raised in North Adams, she was part of the first female class to attend Williams College, and received her J.D. from the Boston University School of Law.

She lives in Medford with her husband, retired police Deputy Superintendent Thomas F. O’Connor, Jr.

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