- Eileen Donoghue
Eileen Donoghue (born 1954 in
Holyoke, Massachusetts) is an attorney, and a six-term (12-year) city councilor in Lowell, Massachusetts, including two terms as mayor. She ran as a Democrat in the Massachusetts 5th Congressional District Special Election in 2007 for the United States House of Representativesseat vacated by Marty Meehan's resignation, losing to Niki Tsongasby 4%.
She graduated from U. Mass. (B.A. 1976), and
Suffolk University Law School(J.D. 1979).
* [http://www.eileendonoghue.com/ Eileen Donoghue for Congress web site]
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