Why I’m Running

People keep asking me why I'm running. Our district needs a voice, but its a bit more personal. I thank you for being part of this...

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Seeks Greater State Role in Cybersecurity Across the Board MENDON – State Senate candidate Thomas Merolli (D-Mendon) has called on Secretary William Galvin to take all steps necessary to protect the sanctity of the upcoming state elections in Massachusetts.  “As a...

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Tom’s Current Endorsements

Mass COP Massachusetts Nurses Association Mass AFL-CIO New England Carpenter's Council Carpenter's Union local 336 Teamsters Local 170 LiUNA local 272 Northern New England Laborer's Council OPEIU MBTA Inspector's Union OPEIU MBTA Office Union ELM Greater Worcester Our...

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The endorsement of OPEIU Local 453!

I am proud to receive the endorsement of OPEIU Local 453!  I am strongly committed to improving and expanding public transit options throughout the state!  A more connected Commonwealth is an economically vibrant Commonwealth! #mapoli "Dear Mr. Merolli, In my capacity...

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Laborer’s Unions Endorse Merolli

The Massachusetts & Northern NE Laborers' Public Employees' District Council and LIUNA Local 272  endorse Thomas M Merolli for State Senate. In an announcement via Facebook on June 8, 2018 the groups announced their support saying, "The Massachusetts & Northern NE...

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Who is Tom Merolli?

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Tom Merolli is the 2018 Democratic candidate for Massachusetts Senate in the Worcester & Norfolk district. The district includes 14 towns along the south central border of the state.

He currently serves as Assistant Treasurer of Mendon and Chair of their Economic Development Committee. Tom holds a degree in political science from Westfield State University, a local college, and is proud to have been an Eagle Scout.

What is Tom aiming to accomplish? He sums it up like this: “I’m a young person who has been active in community affairs from an early age. I see the ways in which the interests of the people in my district have been overlooked and ignored for far too long.”