As of Mar. 13, 2018, Wayland alumnus Colin Meiselman has dropped out of the Massachusetts Senate race. “I have decided to step aside and re-devote myself to helping people in the best way that I know how: through teaching,” Meiselman said.
Wayland alumnus Colin Meiselman on the road to the Massachusetts Senate
Colin Meiselman, a Wayland native, Waltham history teacher and Wayland boys’ JV soccer coach, announced his candidacy for Massachusetts State Senate on Nov. 12, 2017. Meiselman is vying for the Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex District Senate seat. The region spans from Wayland to the northern part of Attleboro.
Meiselman will need to first secure the Democratic nomination during the primary, which will...
The Meiselmans moved to Wayland in 1991 in order to provide their sons Colin, 3, and Connor, 1, with strong educations. Two years later, Ryan Meiselman was born.
Colin Meiselman attended Happy Hollow School, Wayland Middle School and Wayland High School before graduating with the Class of 2006. Colin then studied Political Science at American University in Washington D.C., acquiring his Bac...
Colin Meiselman hopes to overtake his fellow competitors for the Democratic nomination and then defeat Republican Sen. Richard J. Ross in the general election. In this article, some of Meiselman’s political beliefs and ideals are detailed. For further information regarding his stances, visit the Issues page of his campaign website.
As a teacher, Meiselman states that he most enthusiastically speaks a...