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Congressman Stephen Lynch Endorses Andrea Campbell for Attorney General

Today, Congressman Stephen Lynch, who represents Brockton, Quincy, Weymouth, and the rest of Massachusetts’ Eighth Congressional District, endorsed Andrea Campbell for Attorney General, citing Campbell’s track record of delivering tangible solutions for constituents as a Boston City Councilor and how she’ll bring that same understanding of responsibility and accountability to the Attorney General’s Office.

“As our next Attorney General, Massachusetts needs someone who is not afraid to tackle some very challenging situations and who is committed to enforcing the law to keep our families safe, with an approach that is both firm but fair. And I truly believe we have that person in Andrea Campbell,” Congressman Lynch said. “Andrea Campbell’s life experience and her public service are unmatched in this election and have given her a perspective that will inform her decisions and focus the work of the Attorney General’s office on the issues that mean the most to working families. I trust Andrea Campbell to fairly and effectively protect our most vulnerable while maintaining the highest regard for the rule of law here in Massachusetts. That’s why I enthusiastically endorse Andrea Campbell for Attorney General and I hope you will support her as well.” 

Congressman Stephen Lynch has represented Massachusetts’ Eighth Congressional District since 2001. He is a member of the Financial Services Committee, the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and the Committee on Oversight and Reform, Congressman Lynch is a co-founder of the Congressional Labor and Working Families Caucus, which was formed to protect workers’ rights and educate Members of Congress on issues that impact American families.

“I’m honored to have the support of Congressman Stephen Lynch, and look forward to continued collaboration with him and our congressional delegation as the next Attorney General,” said Campbell. “At a time when Massachusetts’ families are facing rising prices of gas and groceries, it’s critical that the next Attorney General have working relationships with local, state, and federal leaders to ensure we are collectively meeting the needs of Massachusetts residents.”