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Associated Press Massachusetts Daybook for Monday, April 29.

6:20 a.m. LT GOVERNOR'S SCHEDULE - The schedule for Lt. Gov. Timothy P. Murray follows.

6:20 a.m. WORCESTER - Murray rides a new morning express train to Boston's South Station from Worcester's Union Station, 2 Washington Square, Worcester.

11:30 a.m. OAK BLUFFS - Murray tours the "Oak Bluffs access improvement project." Lookout Tavern, 8 Seaview Ave. Extension, Oak Bluffs.

1 p.m. OAK BLUFFS - Murray promotes education in science, technology, engineering and math, or so-called "STEM" subjects, while touring a vocational technical education program at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School, 100 Edgartown Road, Oak Bluffs.

Contacts: Heather Johnson, 617-725-4025 or 617-279-3451 (cell).

Bonnie McGilpin, 617-725-4025 or 617-721-8467 (cell).

Juli Hanscom, 617-725-4025 or 978-270-6646 (cell).

7 a.m. MASSACHUSETTS SENATE-GOMEZ - The campaign schedule follows for Cohasset resident, former Boston investment firm Advent International Corp. principal and Navy SEAL Foundation of New England President Gabriel Gomez, seeking the Republican nomination in the Tuesday, April 30, primary leading up to the Tuesday, June 25, special election for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

7 a.m. DENNIS - Red Cottage Restaurant, 36 Old Bass River Road, Dennis.

7:35 a.m. SOUTH DENNIS - Dennis Police Department, 90 Bob Crowell Road, South Dennis.

8 a.m. DENNIS - Grumpy's Restaurant, 1408 Main St. (state Route 6A), Dennis.

8:55 a.m. WEST YARMOUTH - Yarmouth Police Department, 1 Brad Erickson Way, West Yarmouth.

9:55 a.m. FALMOUTH - Falmouth Police Department, 750 Main St. (state Route 28), Falmouth.

10:10 a.m. FALMOUTH - Betsy's Diner, 457 Main St. (state Route 28), Falmouth.

11:30 a.m. DUXBURY - Duxbury Police Department, 443 West St. (state Route 14), Duxbury.

11:45 a.m. DUXBURY - Duxbury Senior Center, 10 Mayflower St. at Tremont Street (state Route 3A), Duxbury.

12:10 p.m. DUXBURY - Duxbury Fire Department, 668 Tremont St. (state Route 3A), Duxbury.

12:45 p.m. MARSHFIELD - Brant Rock Hop diner, 269 Ocean St., Marshfield.

1:30 p.m. MARSHFIELD - Marshfield Police Department, 1639 Ocean St. (state Route 139), Marshfield.

1:55 p.m. MARSHFIELD - Marshfield Fire Department, 60 S. River St., Marshfield.

2:30 p.m. HANOVER - Hanover Police Department, 129 Rockland St. (state Route 139), Hanover.

3 p.m. NORWELL - Blue Moon Pizzeria, 707 Main St. (state Route 123), Norwell.

3:20 p.m. NORWELL - Massachusetts State Police barracks, 6 West St., Norwell.

4 p.m. HINGHAM - Brigham's Ice Cream shop, 37 Main St., Hingham.

4:30 p.m. HINGHAM - Hingham Fire Department, 339 Main St. (state Route 228), Hingham.

5 p.m. HINGHAM - Hewitt's Cove, Hingham Shipyard Marina, 349 Lincoln St. (state Route 3A), Hingham.

6 p.m. PLYMOUTH - Barbecue. Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Post 1822, 22 Seven Hills Road, Plymouth.

Contacts: Will Ritter, 617-283-1555 (cell).

7 a.m. MASSACHUSETTS SENATE-LYNCH - The campaign schedule follows for U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch, seeking the Democratic nomination in the Tuesday, April 30, primary leading up to the Tuesday, June 25, special election for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

7 a.m. KINGSTON - Kingston Train Station, 194 Marion Drive, Kingston.

8 a.m. DUXBURY - Duxbury High School, 130 St. George St., Duxbury.

9 a.m. MARSHFIELD - Marshfield High School, 167 Forest St., Marshfield.

10:30 a.m. BOSTON - Lynch attends a "Groundfish Industry Rally" protesting planned federal reductions in quotas for catching bottom-dwelling fish such as cod and flounder, scheduled to take effect Wednesday, May 1. Boston Fish Pier, D Street and Northern Avenue, Boston.

12:30 p.m. WORCESTER - Lincoln Park Tower, 11 Lake Ave., Worcester.

6 p.m. NEWTON - New England Cable News, 160 Wells Ave, Newton.

7 p.m. BOSTON - Rally. International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers Local 7 union hall, 195 Old Colony Ave., in the South Boston neighborhood of Boston.

Contacts: Scott Ferson, 617-695-0369 or 617-571-9595 (cell).

Conor Yunits, 617-453-8683 or 508-728-2964 (cell).

9:30 a.m. GOVERNOR'S SCHEDULE - The schedule for Gov. Deval L. Patrick follows.

9:30 a.m. BOSTON - U.S. Ambassador to Portugal Allan J. Katz and Patrick pose for photographs to coincide with a private meeting, closed to news coverage.

12:30 p.m. BOSTON - During an event open to photographers, Patrick administers the ceremonial oath of office to George Roper, named clerk-magistrate of the state Juvenile Court's Plymouth County Division.

12:45 p.m. BOSTON - During an event open to photographers, Patrick administers the ceremonial oath of office to state Superior Court Associate Justice Kenneth V. Desmond Jr., formerly a Boston Municipal Court associate justice.

3 p.m. BOSTON - Patrick and legislative leaders hold a private meeting, closed to news coverage.

Location: Governor's Office, room 360, State House, 24 Beacon St., Boston.

Contacts: Heather Johnson, 617-725-4025 or 617-279-3451 (cell).

Bonnie McGilpin, 617-725-4025 or 617-721-8467 (cell).

Juli Hanscom, 617-725-4025 or 978-270-6646 (cell).

11 a.m. MASSACHUSETTS SENATE-PRIMARY - Secretary of the Commonwealth William Francis Galvin meets with reporters to discuss the Tuesday, April 30, primaries leading up to the Tuesday, June 25, special election for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, including anticipated turnout for the primaries and related topics.

Location: Room 116, State House, 24 Beacon St., Boston.

Contacts: Brian McNiff, 617-727-9180.

11 a.m. COMMERCIAL FISHING RALLY - Federal, local and state officials and fishing industry professionals speak during a "Groundfish Industry Rally" protesting planned federal reductions in quotas for catching bottom-dwelling fish such as cod and flounder, scheduled to take effect Wednesday, May 1.

Location: Boston Fish Pier, D Street and Northern Avenue, Boston.

Contacts: Troy Wall, 617-722-1600.

Michael Smith, 617-722-1600.

11 a.m. BOSTON MAYOR - The president of John Hancock Financial Services, Craig Bromley, state Transportation Secretary and CEO Richard A. Davey, a community advocate from Boston's South End neighborhood, Frieda Garcia, and Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino mark the opening of Frieda Garcia Park, a 12,000-square-foot park and playground.

Location: Frieda Garcia Park, Cahners Place and Stanhope Street, in the South End neighborhood of Boston.

Contacts: Katie Ward, 617-635-4461.

Martha Pierce, 617-635-4476.

5:30 p.m. MASSACHUSETTS SENATE-MARKEY - The campaign schedule follows for U.S. Rep. Ed Markey, seeking the Democratic nomination in the Tuesday, April 30, primary leading up to the Tuesday, June 25, special election for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

5:30 p.m. MALDEN - Markey visits the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's commuter rail station in Malden. Commercial and Pleasant streets, Malden.

7 p.m. MALDEN - Markey participates in a campaign rally in his hometown. Malden YMCA, 99 Dartmouth St., Malden.

Contacts: Andrew Zucker, 617-398-0428.

Giselle Barry, 781-960-5338.

The AP-Boston

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4/29/2013 2:06:20 AM (GMT -4:00)

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