High Voter Turnout Predicted In Foxboro Selectmen Race
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FOXBORO (CBS) – Voter turnout is predicted to be as high as 60% when the town of Foxboro heads to the polls on Monday to fill two of five seats on the Board of Selectmen. Their are four candidates in the race, two are for building a casino across from Patriot Place and two are against.
Foxboro Selectmen Chair Larry Harrington is running for re-election in favor of negotiating for a resort casino and putting the agreement to a town vote.
Lana Jones interviews Harrington
Lorraine Brue is running for her second term. She opposes construction of a resort casino in town.
Lana Jones interviews Brue
Ginny Coppola is a former state representative running for her first term in Foxboro because she opposes construction of a resort casino.
Lana Jones interviews Coppola
Martha Slattery sits on the Foxboro School Committee and now wants a seat on the board. She tells WBZ’s Don Huff that she got into the race long before a proposed resort casino became a lightning rod in town.
Don Huff interviews Martha Slattery