Keyes and McMahon Oppose Tolls at Cape Bridges

HYANNIS – Tom Keyes and Jay McMahon, two Republican candidates who are both running for state legislative seats, have formally opposed any plans to implement tolls along the roads leading to the Bourne and Sagamore Bridges.

Keyes, a former selectman in Sandwich running for the 5th Barnstable State Representative seat, said that tolls at the bridges would lead to “an economic nightmare” for both local residents and tourists in an announcement this week.

In a separate press release, McMahon, an attorney looking to win the Plymouth/Barnstable State Senate seat vacated by Vinny deMacedo, called upon Beacon Hill to “get their fiscal house in order,” and to not reach into drivers’ wallets.

If elected, both candidates have vowed to oppose any plans involving bridge tolls.

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