Meet Becky Coletta
Becky Coletta is running for the 6th Plymouth seat as a Democrat. The Marshfield Democratic Town Committee is hosting a meet and greet for her on the weekend of February 3rd at 12:30 a.m. at the public library.
I am running to be the State Representative for the Sixth Plymouth District to bring my experience as a parent, small business owner, and local elected official to advocate for our district. With my experience working in state and local government, I’ll be able to hit the ground running on day one and be a strong voice on issues like local aid, housing, and economic development.
Marshfield Voting Plan
The single biggest threat to a Biden/Harris victory is Democratic supporters not voting on Election Day. The best way to ensure this doesn't happen is every time you meet somebody who supports the Biden/Harris ticket. Ask them what their plan is for voting. A top study of voter turnout showed that when people think about how they are going to vote, they are more likely to do it. To help with this, the Marshfield DTC has created an easy-to-use plan guide that you can use to foster a positive discussion with Democratic supporters.
Marshfield has been redistricted.
Marshfield is in Plymouth County as part of the ninth congressional district of Massachusetts and the State Senate District of Plymouth and Norfolk. The change occurred at the state representative level. The town is now divided in half, with the northern precincts being represented by Patrick Kearney of the fourth Plymouth( Precincts 1-3, 5-7), and the southern district being represented by Josh Cutler of the sixth Plymouth (Precincts 2A and 4).