Healey- Four Other Women Ready To Lead State Government

In the aftermath of yesterday's voting, five Democratic women will hold statewide offices in Massachusetts.

They include Attorney General Maura Healey who will be the governor and Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll who will become the lieutenant governor.

Former Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell will be the next attorney general and state Senator Diana DiZoglio will be the state auditor.

State Treasurer Deb Goldberg was reelected for a third term.

As for Healey, she says the transition has already begun.

The Governor -Elect and current Governor Charlie Baker had the first of what is expected to be several meetings.

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