Tim Murray's Plans & Priorities

On January 4th, Tim Murray will become lieutenant governor of Massachusetts. The Worcester native comes to Beacon Hill armed with experience running the second-most populous city in the Commonwealth.

Murray was elected to the city council in 1997 and is poised to step down from his third term as Worcester's Mayor. He previously worked as a substitute teacher, advocate for homeless families and as an attorney.

WBUR's Bob Oakes speaks with Lieutenant Governor-elect Tim Murray about his priorities and plans for the next four years.

This program aired on December 18, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.


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