Anthony Gulluni, who won the Democratic primary for Hampden District Attorney Sept. 9 and is running unopposed on the Nov. 4 state election ballot, spoke to students at his alma mater Thursday afternoon.
Anthony Gulluni has come out the winner of the closely-watched four-way Democratic primary for Hampden County District Attorney. With 70% of precincts reporting, Gulluni had 46% of the vote, compared with 27% for Brett Vottero, 19% for Shawn Allyn and 9% for Hal Etkin.
Primary day is Tuesday, and 22News is working for you with a closer look at one of the most hotly-contested races on the ballot. Four Democratic candidates running for Hampden District Attorney debated Sunday afternoon on 22News In Focus.
“Anthony is dedicated and determined. He has sound judgment, outstanding legal skills and a deep sense of fairness, a commitment for justice and compassion for victims,” Bennett said in his endorsement. “I know from my own experience that these are the qualities necessary to be an effective DA.” We look forward to calling Anthony Gulluni Hampden district attorney.