Former Massachusetts Governor, William Weld, has moved back to Boston from the Big Apple to join a major law firm.
Just recently he’s been upping his profile again.
Weld served as Governor from 1991 til 1997, when he resigned while being considered for Ambassador to Mexico during the Clinton years. When that nomination didn’t pan out, Weld moved to New York, where since then he’s worked in finance and law.
He also ran for Governor of New York before pulling out of the race in 2006.
Weld surfaced at the Republican National Convention in August, serving as a delegate from New York. He also spoke to the Massachusetts delegates during the Convention.
Weld this month endorsed Sen. Scott Brown’s re-election effort and is a supporter of Republican Presidential nominee, Mitt Romney.
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