On Tuesday, November 8th, Jamaica Plain residents will help elect the next Suffolk County Register of Deeds. I believe I am the most-qualified candidate for this position and I humbly ask for your vote.
By way of introduction, I was born and raised in Massachusetts, graduated from Northeastern University, and been in Boston for 25 years. Currently, I live with my husband Terry in South Boston. The most-common question I’m being asked on the campaign trail is, "What is a Register of Deeds?" and "Why does it matter who it is?"
My name is Margherita Ciampa-Coyne. I am Boston born and raised and I would be honored to have the opportunity to serve my community as the Suffolk County Register of Deeds. My career path, practical experience and a keen understanding of title and land records make me uniquely qualified to be the next Suffolk County Register of Deeds. I understand how land records affect property rights and I will always work to protect your property rights. I have over 25 years of experience in the real estate title industry, which includes the review and drafting of real estate documents acceptable for recording in Massachusetts county registries, records information management and budgeting.
First, a little about myself. I’m originally from Mission Hill going to school at Mission Grammar until the sixth grade. Later we moved to Jamaica Plain where I finished grade school at Saint Thomas Aquinas. Than I attended Boston Tech, Boston University and Northeastern where I got my degree in business management. I have earned a living in the private sector for over 40 years.
First, let me say, thank you! We won the Democratic Primary with tremendous support from across Suffolk County. We finished first in Boston, Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop. We ran a positive campaign, we had a team of dedicated volunteers, and through door knocking, phone calling and speaking directly with voters our positive message resonated with voters across Suffolk County. I am honored, humbled, and proud to be the Democratic nominee for Suffolk County Register of Deeds. In this busy presidential election season, why is the Suffolk Registry of Deeds important to you, your family and your neighbors?
In one of the sleepiest primary elections in years, Massachusetts voters will be going to the polls this Thursday -- yes, Thursday, not the customary Tuesday -- and Jamaica Plain residents will have the opportunity to weigh in on several contested races. Polls will be open Thursday, Sept. 8, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Not sure where to vote? Click here to find out from the Massachusetts Secretary of State. In surveying the field, we'll start with one race that often flies under the radar: The Suffolk County Register of Deeds.