Mo Cowan

New England News
3:44 pm
Fri February 22, 2013

Mass. US Sen. William "Mo" Cowan Visits Whately Farms

US Senator William "Mo"Cowan (D-MA) is shown a greenhouse at Nourse Farm in Whately by co-owner Mary Nourse.
Credit WAMC

The new U.S. Senator in Massachusetts , Mo Cowan, was on a fact-finding tour in western Massachusetts Friday.  Cowan is getting up to speed on farm policy.

The new senator visited the 800 acre  Nourse Farm  in Whately. The owners of the family farm expect to sell 30 million fruit plants including strawberries, blueberries and raspberries  to growers in the United States and overseas this year. It has an onsite research center for developing plants that are disease resistant.

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New England News
3:53 pm
Wed January 30, 2013

Gov. Patrick Names Interim U.S. Senator

Credit Mass.Governor's Office

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has tapped a close confidant , advisor and long time friend to be the state’s interim United States Senator.   William “ Mo” Cowan  will temporarily replace John Kerry until a special election is held later this year.   

To temporarily fill the senate vacancy Governor Patrick turned away from high profile politicians and turned to his former chief of staff and one –time chief legal counsel. Cowan, a 43 year old African American pledged to go to Washington   mindful of the needs and aspirations of  Massachusetts residents.

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New England News
10:45 am
Wed January 30, 2013

Mass. gov. picks ex-aide Cowan as interim senator

William 'Mo' Cowan
Credit Courtesy of the Office of Governor Deval Patrick

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick has tapped his former chief-of-staff William "Mo" Cowan to serve as interim U.S. senator until a special election to fill the seat left vacant by Secretary of State-designate John Kerry.

Patrick says Cowan's role in helping turn around the Massachusetts economy in recent years "has earned him the respect and admiration of people throughout government." He says the state will benefit from Cowan's wisdom and good judgment.

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