BOSTON – Following today’s endorsement from current Attorney General Maura Healey, Andrea Campbell has called on her opponents to release their tax returns. Campbell also exposed Shannon Liss-Riordan’s past legal work and pattern of profiting off of working people during the first Attorney General Democratic debate.
During tonight’s Attorney General debate, taped earlier this afternoon at GBH, Campbell called on all Attorney General candidates to release their 2021 tax returns and is requesting candidates make them public by Monday, August 8, as voters are already beginning to complete their vote by mail ballots. Campbell’s tax returns can be found on her website here.
While Liss-Riordan has branded herself as a champion for working people, Campbell highlighted Liss-Riordan’s pattern of profiting off working people:
Other examples of Shannon of profiting off workers, include:
Campbell is not the only one to push back on Liss-Riordan’s track record of profiting off the very people she claims to represent. On multiple occasions, judges, who decide if fees are reasonable or not, have requested Liss-Riordan reduce her fees.
Liss-Riordan has already used her personal fortune for political gain, pouring $500,000 of her own money into her campaign for Attorney General in March and funding her multi-million television ad buy with her own money.