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I'd like once again to express my gratitude for everyone in the district who voted for me, spoke with me and gave me their feedback.  While I did not win this time, I felt that I was able to raise important issues for the district such as working on the opioid crisis, women's health, and gun reform that will move the district forward.  I'd also like to thank my dedicated volunteers, sign holders, canvassers, and yard sign holders (I have collected most of them or you can drop off at 112 Pond St).

Enjoy the upcoming holiday season with all of your neighbors

Sincerely, 

Brian Hamlin

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Tuesday, November 6, 2018 6:37 AM

Election Day

Remember to Vote today!

 

Polls are open from 7 AM to 8 PM!

 

The Secretary of State can help you find where to vote 

https://www.sec.state.ma.us/wheredoivotema/bal/myelectioninfo.aspx


Wednesday, October 31, 2018 4:45 PM

Business Owner

My name is Brian Hamlin and I am running for State Representative for the 9th Norfolk District.

Let me tell you a bit about my background. I grew up in Norfolk, attended the local schools, as did my family, and have been working and running a local business (Hamlin Cabinet Corp) for over 38 years. I am not and will not be a full-time politician, but will stay connected to the needs and input of my fellow residents. I enjoy interacting with people.

As a local employer, I know the impact that the decisions of the state house can have on local businesses and employees. I am proud to have the endorsement of the IBEW Local 2222 and the Massachusetts AFL-CIO.
I have the personal experience to balance the needs of workers and owners as I have done for my own business for many years. I respectfully ask for your vote this election.

Early voting continues through November 2. Or vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6.

If you support me, please tell/call a friend, put out a lawn sign, or volunteer. for the campaign.

Brian Hamlin: A New Voice, A New Vision!

Website: www.votebrianhamlin.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/votebrianhamlin/


Monday, October 29, 2018 2:58 PM

Gun Reform

Do common-sense gun violence prevention measures make sense to you?

I believe they do. I have pledged to vote on the side of gun safety if elected to office. We have a right to own firearms, but we must use common sense in developing standards for firearm ownership. If we build public awareness, limit the easy and immediate purchase of firearms, and encourage responsible gun storage we can start to turn the tide of this major crisis.

I have been vocal on having increased gun safety laws such as banning bump stocks, high capacity magazines and assault rifles such as AR-15 type weapons. Why? Because it makes sense! It is a beginning toward reform. By working with the other members of the House of Representatives on responsible gun control measures and providing mental health resources, we can limit gun violence. Neither is a universal solution, but together, they will make our communities safer.

I believe that we can make progress on Gun Reform (and other issues) and I will welcome everyone into the conversation, regardless of what side of the issue they are on.

Residents deserve a leader committed to the future and one who can work with everyone. You also deserve a leader committed to bold, progressive action. I am that kind of leader and will always strive to be. I ask for your vote in this election.

Early voting starts October 22 and runs through November 2. Or vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6.

If you support me, please tell/call a friend, put out a lawn sign, or volunteer with the campaign.

Brian Hamlin: A New Voice, A New Vision!
Website: www.votebrianhamlin.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/votebrianhamlin/


Saturday, October 27, 2018 12:33 PM

The Opioid Crisis

In 2014, my family was devastated when our son, Brian Jr., though he was in recovery at the time, died due to a seizure that may have been caused by effects of his addiction.

Our personal nightmare started innocently enough when a physician stitched in a Vicodin pain pump following a shoulder surgery in 2003. Little was known then about the potential dangers of narcotics. Since then, our Commonwealth has taken steps to combat the opioid crisis.

This last August, Governor Baker signed into law Bill H.4742, which establishes the Commonwealth as a national leader in the fight against the opioid epidemic.
As your state representative, I would support further legislative action to address the continuing opioid crisis head-on.

I am a Community Volunteer for the SAFE (Support for Addicts and Families through Empowerment) Coalition of Franklin, a group of community partners who provide support, education, treatment options, and coping mechanisms for those affected by substance abuse disorders. I am endorsed by and active in Learn to Cope, a peer-led support network for families dealing with addiction and recovery. And the Brian Hamlin Jr. Fund has enabled more than 30 individuals to enter inpatient treatment facilities and sober living communities. The Fund hosts events to increase awareness around substance abuse, provide resources to outreach for assistance, and remind people they are not alone, and that help is available.

If elected, I pledge to use my personal experience to carry the message of hope to addicts and families who still suffer from the opioid crisis.

Early voting continues through November 2. Or vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6.

If you support me, please tell/call a friend or volunteer for the campaign.

Brian Hamlin: A New Voice, A New Vision!

Website: www.votebrianhamlin.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/votebrianhamlin/


Thursday, October 25, 2018 9:20 PM

Education

My name is Brian Hamlin and I am running for State Representative for the 9th Norfolk District.

I am a strong advocate for public schools and strongly believe that the focus of our local schools should be funding for teachers and curriculum. I believe that in order to do this we must have parents, community leaders, educators, and the State House commit to improving public schools for all students. In addition, I strongly believe that our children are our most precious resource and that we can make a difference in their success through effective legislative action.

The level of education offered to our children has to be continually evolving to keep up with the evolution of their lives. I know that when families and the community get involved in their children’s education, students attend school more regularly, stay in school longer, and perform at higher levels.

Educators can’t tackle public education alone. They need help from families and the community, but in addition, they need funding from Beacon Hill. I will work for increased funding for public education, from preschool through higher education.

I respectfully ask for your vote this Election.

Early voting starts October 22 and continues through November 2. Or vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6.

 

If you support me, please tell/call a friend or volunteer.

Brian Hamlin: A New Voice, A New Vision!

Website: www.votebrianhamlin.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/votebrianhamlin/


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