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Nuciforo Releasing Policy Plan During District Tour

Nuciforo Campaign
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Congressional candidate Andrea F. Nuciforo Jr. will release an eight-point policy plan during a districtwide tour on Tuesday, July 17.

The former state senator's eight-point policy plan aims to restore economic justice in America and to restore prosperity to the middle class. The plan aims to revive American manufacturing, ensure retirement security and revitalize small business, among other priorities.

Nuciforo will start the day in Great Barrington, and travel to Holyoke, Springfield, Pittsfield and North Adams.

Nuciforo's tour includes the following times and locations:

8:45: Great Barrington Bagel Company, 777 Main St., Great Barrington

10:30: Open Square, Mill 1, Open Square Way, Holyoke

Noon: Emerson Hall at Mason Wright Retirement Community, 74 Walnut St., Springfield

2 p.m.: Pittsfield Lawn & Tractor, 1548 W. Housatonic St., Pittsfield

4 p.m.: Berkshire Emporium, 59 Main St., North Adams

The public and members of the media are invited to attend. Candidate information here.
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