|Massachusetts House of Representatives Nineteenth Middlesex District|
|Master's||Harvard Divinity School & Boston State College|
|J.D.||Suffolk University Law School|
|Place of birth||Newton, MA|
Sears' website highlights the following campaign themes:
- Excerpt:"REIN in outrageous state spending"
- Excerpt:"REDUCE income & sales tax rates"
- Excerpt:"RESTORE local aid to support education & public safety"
- Excerpt:"REMOVE over-regulation of job-creating small businesses"
Sears ran in the 2012 election for Massachusetts House of Representatives Nineteenth Middlesex District. He ran unopposed in the September 6 Republican primary and was defeated by incumbent James Miceli (D) in the general election which took place on November 6, 2012.
|Massachusetts House of Representatives, Nineteenth Middlesex District, General Election, 2012|
|Democratic||James Miceli Incumbent||73.5%||15,755|
Sears and his wife Suzanne have two children.
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- Memorial Day services scheduled - Tewksbury town crier
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- Official campaign website
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Douglas Sears on Facebook
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- Douglas Sears on LinkedIn
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