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Everett City Councilor Sal DiDomenico has won a six-way primary in a special election to replace former Senator Anthony Galluccio. Fathers & Families' shared parenting bill was an issue in the campaign. DiDomenico, who worked in the State House as Chief of Staff to Former Senator Galluccio, supported HB 1400 and was well-versed in the details of the issue. We congratulate him. Being a proud father himself, DiDomenico (pictured) mentioned his young sons in his victory speech, telling local media:
We knew this was going to be a close race, but we prevailed in many cities across the district, and our message got out to the people..."My sons can finally say ‘daddy"s going to be a senator."'
To read more about this race, please see Smulowitz, DiDomenico declare wins in primaries (Boston Globe, 4/13/10).

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