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Troubles continue for Everett state Representative Wayne Matewsky

WAYNE MATEWSKY
WAYNE MATEWSKY

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Two former campaign workers for state Representative Wayne Matewsky have filed legal complaints against the Everett Democrat seeking payment of almost $3,500 for services provided during his campaign.

Brian Durkin, an Everett contractor, filed a complaint on Oct. 30 seeking $2,700 for materials used to make signs for Matewsky during a special election last spring. On Nov. 12, Rose Osterofsky filed a complaint seeking $775 for producing two campaign videos and a campaign website, according to documents for both cases filed in Malden District Court.

Matewsky’s troubles don’t stop there. A group of former campaign workers launched a website and a Facebook page called “Wayne Matewsky MA Step Down Today.” On the website, former workers state that they “were deceived, lied to, and used for the sole purpose of getting Matewsky elected as state representative.”

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