My Values 

Marlborough is strongest when we come together and cooperate in supporting our community or children. Marlboro’s greatest success is when Government and businesses work together to deliver products or services.​​

Dave Moderating Climate Legislation Forum 3/1.

David Moderating Climate Legislation Forum on 3/1/19 - One table from L-R State Representatives Maria Robinson and Carmine Gentile, State Senators Karen Spilka and Jamie Eldridge.  

About David Doucette 

Ward 2 City Councilor

"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

"Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer."

John F. Kennedy

  • Be passionate about what you do
  • Integrity and justice matter
  • Learn from service to others
  • Honesty is appreciated
  • Think global, act local
  • Climate change is real
  • Sensible gun regulations saves lives. 

The first time he ran for public office was 2015, and appreciates the opportunity to serve the citizens living in Ward 2 of Marlborough. He has 30 years of high tech experience as engineer and business manager. Worked at Digital Equipment Corporation for 10 years including at the facility on Forest St, and 7 years at Prime Computer before that. He has an engineering degree, MBA and self-published a few multi-media works. More background information on Councilor Doucette is available here on LinkedIn

Dave brings his experience in technology, business and industry to the municipal system and help the community confront and overcome modern-day issues facing our society and city.

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Councilor Doucette in the news Candidate Profile for 2019 Election.

Metrowest Daily News, September 10th, 2017 – News Article “Electric vehicle ownership rising in the state” includes a quote from Councilor Doucette.

Main Street Journal, August 31st, 2017. Editorial About Freedom and Hate.

Main Street Journal, August 18th, 2017. Editorial on the TransitX Proposal in Marlborough.