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Bill Bowles

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Bill Bowles
Massachusetts House of Representatives Second Bristol
Former member
Term in office began
2009
Term in office ended
January 5, 2011
Political party Democratic
Profession Software Quality Engineer
Bill Bowles was a Democratic member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives. He represented the Second Bristol District from 2009 to January 5, 2011, and also served as an Attleboro At-Large City Councilor.

Bowles is a software quality engineer.

Bowles is a member of American Legion Post #20, Attleboro Historic Preservation Society, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #115.[1]

Committee assignments

Elections

2010

See also: Massachusetts House of Representatives elections, 2010

Bowles lost re-election to the Second Bristol seat in 2010. He was defeated by george Ross (R) and James Connolly (I) in the general election on November 2, 2010.

Bowles had no primary opposition.

2008

On November 4, 2008, Bowles won the Massachusetts House of Representatives election for the Second Bristol district.[2] In this election he raised $47,238-; of that total $45,213- (95.7%) was from in state contributions, $2,000- (4.2%) was from out of state contributions, and $25- (0.1%) was from unknown sources.[3]

Massachusetts House of Representatives - Second Bristol district
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Bill Bowles (D) 8,768
George Ross (R) 7,461
All Others 32
Blanks 901

Campaign donors

2008

Bowles raised $47,238 in the 2008 election cycle.

His major contributors are listed below.[4]

Donor Amount
Massachusetts Democratic Party $11,569
William Bowles $4,150
Bill Bowles $2,798
Attleboro Democratic City Committee $750
Deborah B. Goldberg $550

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Political offices
Preceded by
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Massachusetts House of Representatives Bristol 2
2009–2011
Succeeded by
George Ross