Piper Abbott, of Sherborn, sent Baker a letter saying that if bigger candy bars were handed out, trick-or-treaters would be touching just one sweet instead of multiple.
“I got like a ton of texts from my friends of the letter and all of these like articles about it and I was like freaking out,” Piper said.
She met the governor at the State House Friday in her Incredibles costume and left with a candy feast fit for a king.
As you may have heard at today's press conference, I received a great suggestion from a young trick-or-treater as we approach 2020's Halloween ...n the Commonwealth: king-sized candy bars. pic.twitter.com/VMNbR87zXO
— Charlie Baker (@MassGovernor) October 21, 2020
October 21, 2020
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