BOSTON – Today, Andrea Campbell for Attorney General earned the formal endorsement of the Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus Political Action Committee (MWPC PAC), citing Campbell’s deep understanding of the challenges facing Massachusetts’ families and commitment to delivering better outcomes as the next AG. MWPC PAC supports qualified, pro-choice women candidates running for municipal, legislative and statewide offices.
“The MWPC PAC is proud to endorse Andrea Campbell for Attorney General. Andrea is a proven leader with a strong track record that reflects our core values of representative governance, reproductive freedom, and civil rights for all. Andrea is a bold change maker who will act with care, urgency, and competence to represent all of us as Attorney General. A vote for Andrea is a vote for our state’s brighter future,” said Samantha Bone and Nairoby Sanchez, Co-Chairs of the MWPC PAC Board of Directors.
“I jumped into this race recognizing Massachusetts families are struggling, and that now, more than ever, they deserve an Attorney General who understands those struggles firsthand – who will prioritize and fight for them,” said Campbell. “I’m honored to have earned the support of MWPC PAC and look forward to standing shoulder to shoulder with them in the fight to defend our reproductive rights and civil liberties, and deliver more equitable outcomes for the next generation.”
If elected, Campbell would be the first Black woman to become Attorney General and the first Black woman elected to statewide office in Massachusetts.