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Thursday, August 26, 2021

Kim Janey競選市長支持者再下二城 PAC和Charles Yancey

           (Boston Orangey綜合 編譯)美國的更高高度政治行動委員會(Higher Heights for America PAC)和波士頓市前任市議員Charles Yancy相繼宣佈支持Kim Janey。
曾任波士頓市第四區市議員,以及市議會議長的Charles Yancy說,Kim Janey給所有那些曾經掙扎的人帶來希望。
更高高度政治行動委員會這唯一致力選出激進黑人女性擔任公職的政治行動委員會,宣佈在2021年的波士頓市長選舉中支持Kim Janey

                                   該組織說,Kim Janey是波士頓洛士百利第四代居民,已盡其一生服務社區,美國的更高高度為支持她感到驕傲。

                         2021年的紐約市長初選中,更高的高地支持2名候選人,Maya Wiley Dianne Morales。在2021年的波士頓市長初選中,該組織支持Kim Janey

                   “更高的高度2014年以來,已協助選出美國第一位黑人女性副總統,還把一名黑人女性送進參議院服務,10名黑人女性當選聯邦眾議員,3名黑人女性擔任全州性職務,還支持了4名黑人女性在100個美國人口最多大城市中當選市長。(更新版)

Higher Heights for America PAC Endorses Mayor Kim Janey


BOSTON — Citing her dedication to community and public service,
Higher Heights for America PAC – the only political action committee exclusively dedicated to electing progressive Black women to public office – has endorsed Mayor Kim Janey in the 2021 Boston mayoral race.

“Higher Heights for America is proud to endorse Kim Janey for Mayor of Boston, Massachusetts,” the organization said. “As a fourth-generation resident of Roxbury, Kim has dedicated her life to serving her community.”

In the 2021 New York City mayoral primary, Higher Heights endorsed two candidates: Maya Wiley and Dianne Morales. In the 2021 Boston mayoral primary, they are endorsing one candidate: Mayor Kim Janey.


“I am so honored and grateful to have the support of Higher Heights,” said Mayor Kim Janey. “As the first woman and first Black mayor of Boston, my life experiences inform how I govern – and how I lead our City – through a lens of equity, justice and love for every single resident. We are building our own tables and pulling up chairs for those who have been left behind – and there is enough space for everyone.”


Since 2014, with the support of their network of members, activists, volunteers and supporters, Higher Heights PAC has helped Black women grow their political leadership and representation. They helped elect the first Black and female Vice President of the United States, and sent one Black woman to serve in the U.S. Senate; 10 Black women to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives; three Black women to serve in statewide office; and four Black women to serve as mayors for cities that rank among the country’s 100 most populated. 


Charles Yancey Endorses Mayor Kim Janey


BOSTON – Citing her understanding of “the hopes, dreams and aspirations of all who have struggled against the odds” former District 4 Boston City Councilor and City Council President Charles Yancey today endorsed Mayor Kim Janey in the 2021 Boston mayoral race. 

Yancey served District 4 for more than three decades and was Council President in 2001. During his years of service on the Council, he displayed a tireless dedication to the residents of his district and a passionate advocacy for Boston, and in particular, its public schools and libraries.

“It is my honor to endorse Kim Janey for Mayor of Boston,” said Charles C. Yancey, former District 4 Boston City Councillor who also served as City Council President. “I'm voting for Mayor Janey because she identifies with the people of Boston and understands the hopes, dreams and aspirations of all who have struggled against the odds. Mayor Janey is doing the job, and the City of Boston is in good hands with her. She has already demonstrated that she has the temperament, intelligence, sincerity, authenticity and competence to lead our city. Let's keep Mayor Janey working for us.”


“I am overjoyed to have the support of former City Councilor Charles Yancey in the race for Mayor,” said Mayor Janey. “His more than three decades on the Boston City Council representing Mattapan and Dorchester were marked by a passionate commitment to making the everyday lives of the residents of District 4 better. He has a fighting spirit that goes to his very core on behalf of the racial, social, economic and human rights of all the people of Boston — and beyond.”


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