April 9, 2022 – Cape Cod, MA – Attorney Jay McMahon, candidate for Massachusetts Attorney General, issued a statement today:
I ask the Boston North End restaurateurs to hold on! Help is on the way! The government shut you down in 2020, and deemed you non-essential. In 2021, the government made you serve your customers outside, made you invest in tents, plexiglass and every other expensive, precautionary item that they could come up with.
Now in 2022, Boston Mayor Wu wants to kill off your restaurants by enforcing irrational and illegal confiscation fees, just when you want to return to normal and serve your valuable customers, and pay your taxes and fees; Federal, State, and Municipal.
When I am elected as your next Massachusetts Attorney General, I will SUE Mayor Wu on your behalf, and any other radical progressive Mayor that is working hard to kill off business, and hurt these taxpaying employers!
About Jay – A lifelong resident of Cape Cod, with more than 35 years of combined legal, Law Enforcement, and military experience, Jay McMahon is ready on day one to fight for you as your next Massachusetts Attorney General.
Throughout his career, McMahon has been a highly successful trial attorney having litigated cases at every level in Massachusetts Court system, as well as within the Federal system. His small business is located in Buzzards Bay and employs several area residents. Additionally, McMahon had served in Law Enforcement during the 1970’s, and has over 12 years of corporate management experience.
McMahon has also proudly served in the Massachusetts Army National Guard as a Lieutenant in the Military Police during the 1970’s. McMahon has been very active in his local community of Bourne. He has served on the Bourne Financial Development Corporation, and volunteered for Bourne Babe Ruth Baseball as the Coordinator, Bourne Youth Baseball as a Coach and Tournament Director, and a player-manager in the Baseball Clubs of Cape Cod, as well as a guest lecturer at high schools and area community colleges.
Married to Shelley for 29 years, McMahon is the proud father of five, the eldest of whom sadly fell victim to the opioid epidemic in 2008, after sustaining injuries while serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom. McMahon attended the Massachusetts Military Academy and is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts. Later he earned his law degree from Suffolk University Law School in Boston.