Lowell has a rich history of working on the local, state, and national level with numerous politicians. From historical persons like Butler Ames and Ezekiel A. Straw to more current citizens like Marty Meehan, Paul and Niki Tsongas, and Colleen M. Garry, Lowell has been home to numerous political figures. As such, the city of Lowell has been instrumental in various political endeavors and innovative ideas, leading to visits by political figures of state, national, and global influence. A regular stop on many presidential campaigns and initiatives affecting the citizens the United States, Lowell has a key role in the political area.
Please review the collection of photographs of various local, national, and global figures who have visited Lowell.
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