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Richard Gerokoulis For Northeast Metro Tech

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As early voting has begun and Election Day is drawing near, please consider me as one of your votes. Richard Gerokoulis a candidate for election of the Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational School District Committee representing Malden as well as the other regional cities and towns representing Northeast Regional Metropolitan Vocational Technical School in Wakefield.

Voted in twelve cities and towns, Malden, Revere, Winthrop, Chelsea, Saugus, Melrose, Stoneham, Wakefield, Woburn, Reading, Winchester, and North Reading. I want to be your new voice for the region’s students, parents and taxpayers.

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Sincerely,

Rich Gerokoulis
Candidate for Northeast Vocational School Committee

 
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