Sen. Lesser, Rep. Ashe Welcome Brynn Cartelli, Winner of “The Voice,” to the State House

BOSTON — Sen. Eric P. Lesser and Rep. Brian M. Ashe hosted Longmeadow native and winner of NBC’s “The Voice” Brynn Cartelli for a visit to the State House on Thursday.

Since the Senate is in session, Sen. Lesser introduced Cartelli on the floor of the Senate. She also met with Rep. Ashe and Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo.

Cartelli’s day began with a meeting with Gov. Charlie Baker, followed by a tour of the State House.

“We are so proud of Brynn, who got her start at talent shows in Longmeadow’s own public schools. She is living proof that if you work hard and follow your dreams, anything is possible,” said Sen. Lesser.

“We are all so proud of Brynn for her success. She has a great future ahead of her and has everyone’s support. She is truly an inspiration for others and I wish her nothing but the best,” said Rep. Ashe.

Photos below:

Sen. Eric Lesser (right) welcomed Longmeadow native and winner of “The Voice” Brynn Cartelli (center) and her mom, Deb (left), to the State House.
Rep. Brian Ashe (left) and Sen. Eric Lesser (right) presented Brynn Cartelli of Longmeadow (center) with official House and Senate Citations congratulating her on winning Season 14 of NBC’s “The Voice.”
Cartelli’s day began with a meeting with Gov. Charlie Baker, followed by a tour of the State House. From left to right: Rep. Brian Ashe, Gov. Baker, Brynn Cartelli, friends Will Hornyak and Erin Hornyak of Longmeadow, Cartelli’s mom Deb, and Sen. Eric Lesser.

 

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