BOSTON (WHDH) – Massachusetts is saying goodbye to Governor Charlie Baker, who will step down Wednesday after eight years on the job.
On his last day within the Beacon Hill nook workplace, Governor Baker will swear within the new state legislature and meet with Governor-elect Maura Healy for the normal change of symbolic gadgets, a decades-old custom.
The gadgets Baker will give Healy embody the unique Puitet key to the door of the governor’s workplace, the Bible that Governor Benjamin Butler left to his successor in 1844, the governor’s baton constructed from the white oak body of the USS Structure, and a duplicate of the Massachusetts Basic Statutes from 1860, which incorporates every governor’s notes to their successor and can now embody a notice from Baker to Hill.
Earlier than the day ends, Baker can even participate in a symbolic “solo stroll” out of the State Home along with his spouse, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito, and Polito’s husband.
Haley can be sworn in as the subsequent governor of Massachusetts on Thursday.
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