Mass. Lt. Governor Reportedly Resigning

Will head to private sector for new job


Lt. Gov. Tim Murray will resign from the his post at the State House Wednesday, WBZ's Jon Keller has learned.

Sources tell WBZ-TV's Karen Anderson that Murray will accept a position as the head of the Worcester Chamber of Commerce, making over $200,000 per year.

The chamber has a vote scheduled at noon to make it official. Murray is then expected to speak at the State House Wednesday afternoon.

'Sources close to Murray tell WBZ-TV Murray is poised to leave his office as early as today," Keller said. "There is some speculation he has another position lined up."