Rayla Campbell Didn’t Collect Enough Write-in Votes to Appear on Ballot Opposite U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley

(083020 Boston, MA) Republican candidate for the U.S. Congress Rayla Campbell attends a protest against mandatory flu vaccine outside the State House on Sunday,August 30, 2020. (Staff Photo By Nancy Lane/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)

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Campbell, a Randolph Republican, did not collect enough write-in votes to be on November’s ballot for the 7th Congressional seat, which includes much of Boston. She would have been opposite Pressley, a freshman rep who’s seen as a rising star of the left.

Campbell received less than the required 2,000 votes to be on the ballot against Pressley in the Nov. 3 election. Pressley was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

Campbell has filed a lawsuit against the state of Massachusetts in order to be on the ballot against Pressley.

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