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Andrea Campbell for Attorney General Earns Endorsement of More than 30 Elected Officials

BOSTON – Andrea Campbell for Attorney General today announced endorsements from more than 30 current and former elected officials. The list of endorsements highlights Campbell’s strong, statewide coalition of support since launching her campaign last month and includes electeds from local, statewide, and federal offices.

“I’m deeply grateful to have earned the support of these public servants, who represent residents from the Berkshires to Boston, and know their communities need a strong advocate with both lived and legal experience in the Attorney General’s office. As your AG, I will work hand in hand with partners at the State House and in local government to push for laws and regulations that will improve the life outcomes of all our residents regardless of demographic or zip code,” said Campbell.

Since launching her campaign, Campbell has earned a long list of endorsements from elected officials and community leaders, including Senator Ed Markey and Laborers’ Local 175.

The list of endorsements include:

  • Senator William Brownsberger, Second Suffolk and Middlesex
  • Senator Jo Comerford, Hampshire, Franklin and Worcester
  • Senator Michael Moore, Second Worcester
  • Representative Bruce Ayers, 1st Norfolk
  • Representative Dan Cahill, 10th Essex
  • Representative Patricia Haddad, 5th Bristol
  • Representative Alice Peisch, 14th Norfolk
  • Representative Dan Ryan, 2nd Suffolk
  • Representative John Rogers, 12th Norfolk
  • Representative Smitty Pignatelli, 4th Berkshire
  • Representative Bud Williams, 11th Hampden
  • Mayor of Quincy Tom Koch
  • Mayor of Springfield Dom Sarno
  • Boston City Councilor Kenzie Bok
  • Boston City Councilor At-Large Julia Meija
  • Chelsea City Councilor Calvin Brown
  • Wakefield Town Councilor Mehreen Butt
  • Newton City Councilor At-Large Andrea Kelley
  • Revere City Councilor Patrick Keefe Jr.
  • Worcester City Councilor Sarai Rivera
  • Framingham School Committee Member Adam Freudberg
  • Worcester School Committee Member Jermoh Kamara
  • Salem School Committee Vice-Chair Manny Cruz
  • Suffolk County Register of Deeds Steve Murphy
  • Former U.S. Congressman Bill Delahunt
  • Former Massachusetts Treasurer Shannon O’Brien
  • Former State Senator Joe Boncore
  • Former State Senator Ben Downing
  • Former State Representative Carol Donovan
  • Former State Representative Ellen Story
  • Former Mayor of Lawrence Kendrys Vasquez
  • Former Boston City Councilor John Nucci
  • Former Boston City Councilor Mark Ciommo