Joseph Kennedy III Moves to Greenough Street, Registers to Vote
Currently exploring a congressional run for Barney Frank's seat, Joseph Kennedy III has moved into a Greenough Street home and registered to vote in Brookline.
Just a few blocks away from Brookline High, one of the town's newest residents is gearing up for his run for congress. Joseph Kennedy III is now a registered Democratic voter in Brookline, YourTown Brookline reports.
Kennedy formed an exploratory committee for his congressional run at the beginning of the year, and resigned as a Middlesex County prosecutor, but lived in Cambridge at the time.
According to the Boston Herald, the town clerk's office described Kennedy as quiet when he came to register his Greenough Street address, saying thanked them, and left.
"If you had not recognized him, there was no indication he was anyone special," assistant town clerk Linda Golburgh told the Herald.
Also currently exploring a congressional run, Brookline Library Trustee (and Patch columnist) Michael Burstein, who announced his exploratory committee to run as a Democrat yesterday. As well as, Brookline Democrat Jules Levine and Newton Democrat Herb Robinson have also announced campaigns for the Fourth District seat.
On the Republican side, former Fourth District contender Sean Bielat, and Brookline School Committee member and Republican Elizabeth Childs have both already announced runs for the seat.