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Lowell, MA  July 25, 2017 Today, the City of Lowell Election Department has certified all the signatures on Paul Ratha Yem nomination paper making him eligible to be on the ballot for next November Lowell City Council election. "I am excited when I received a phone call from the election department saying that I have more than enough signatures to be on the ballot for November 7, 2017 City Council Election. It is rewarding and humbling to hear that, and this is just the beginning of a long process. I am grateful to those to who believe in me to put their signatures on my nomination paper. I will not disappoint them." Said Yem. I am running for the Lowell City Council because I love the City. My family and I have lived in the Acre for over 30 years, my children were born and raised in Lowell, I own my real estate office in the Highlands for almost 20 years, and because I was brought up in the family that believes in giving back to the community, and in serving others who are in needs." Yem continues.

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It is official that Lowell will have a Preliminary Election on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 since there are 23 candidates on the ballot. Deadline to register to vote in the Preliminary is September 6, 2017. You can register to vote by going to Lowell City Hall OR online at Massachusetts Secretary of State

- https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ovr/

It is official that Lowell will have a Preliminary Election on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 since there are 23 candidates on the ballot. Deadline to register to vote in the Preliminary is September 6, 2017. You can register to vote by going to Lowell City Hall OR online at Massachusetts Secretary of State

- https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ovr/

It is official that Lowell will have a Preliminary Election on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 since there are 23 candidates on the ballot. Deadline to register to vote in the Preliminary is September 6, 2017. You can register to vote by going to Lowell City Hall OR online at Massachusetts Secretary of State

- https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ovr/

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