Important information regarding rallies scheduled for Saturday, August 18th in Boston

I have heard from many of you about safety concerns regarding the potential “free speech” rally that may occur this weekend on the Boston Common. The Governor and Mayor Walsh are well aware of what’s going on and the City of Boston is being proactive in its preparation to ensure the public’s safety.

For those looking to join or organize a counter-protest, community and faith-based leaders have encouraged the participation in one, united peaceful gathering away from the Boston Common. Alternatively, I encourage all to attend the many gatherings and vigils that are happening across our state this wee, as I did in Arlington on Wednesday.

For the most up to date safety information this weekend, please visit bpdnews.com or follow @marty_walsh and @bostonpolice on Twitter. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact my office by phone at (617) 722-1432 or by email at Cindy.Friedman@masenate.gov.

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U.S. Senator Ed Markey joins Friedman Campaign ahead of General Election

In announcing his official endorsement of Cindy Friedman, Senator Ed Markey¬†joined volunteers at campaign headquarters in Arlington to help “Get Out the Vote” prior to the July 25th special general election to succeed the late Senator Ken Donnelly. Markey noted Friedman’s work ethic, experience in the Senate, and long-standing dedication to public service.

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