Thursday, March 22, 2018


Endorsed by Former Associate Justice Geraldine Hines and the MBTA Police Association
ROXBURY, MA – Rachael Rollins announced today that she has raised $25,000 in the first week of her campaign for Suffolk County District Attorney.

“I am overwhelmed by all of the support I’ve received,” said Rollins. “I believe it is a testament to my lifetime of dedication to social justice, community involvement and transparency, which is what Suffolk County needs, and I am grateful to my supporters for their commitment.”

In addition to Rollins’ strong fundraising show, Rollins also announced today that she is grateful to have received incredible endorsements from across the community, including Former Associate Justice Geraldine S. Hines, the first black woman to serve on the Massachusetts Supreme Court and a member of the Roxbury community, who believes that Rollins is the only person for this job. “I first met Rachael when she was a law student over 20 years ago and have watched her grow into a seasoned, successful attorney and advocate. Rachael is compassionate, hardworking and exactly who we need to be our next Suffolk County District Attorney.”

The MBTA Police Association also threw their support behind Rollins. “On behalf of the men and women of the MBTA Police Association, it is my privilege to endorse Rachael Rollins for Suffolk County District Attorney,” said Officer Robert Marino, President of the Association. “As the former General Counsel of the MBTA, Attorney Rollins always conducted herself with integrity and professionalism. While representing the Authority, she was firm but fair and consistently demonstrated the utmost respect to the police officers of the MBTA. Suffolk County will be well served under the leadership of Attorney Rachael Rollins.”

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