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Wednesday, February 02, 2022

Andrea Campbell 參選麻州總檢察長

 Andrea Campbell Launches Campaign for Attorney General of Massachusetts

 

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Former Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell kicked off her campaign in Dorchester, followed by trips to Worcester and Springfield.

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 BOSTON — Today, Andrea Joy Campbell announced her candidacy for Attorney General of Massachusetts. Campbell is running for Attorney General to be an advocate for fundamental change and progress, because there has never been an office or state with so much potential and promise to solve the pressing issues of today.

 “I’ve dedicated my life to fighting for greater equity and opportunity, and that’s what I’ll do as Attorney General because the Attorney General is not just the top law enforcement official of the commonwealth, she must be an advocate for fundamental change and progress,” Campbell said. “From Boston to Springfield, and Lawrence to the Cape & Islands, I will be an Attorney General for justice and opportunity for all -- no matter who you are, where you come from, or where you live.”

 Campbell will run a campaign that highlights the power of the Attorney General’s Office to make progress on the issues of education, economic development, climate change, affordable housing, public health, public safety, and equity. 

 “I’m living proof that a girl who grew up in public housing in Roxbury, with a family torn apart by incarceration and poverty, with support from a community that believed in me, could turn pain into purpose, and become Legal Counsel for the Governor of Massachusetts, be elected the first Black woman President of the Boston City Council, and today announce my candidacy for Attorney General of Massachusetts,” Campbell said.

 Campbell will build a grassroots campaign in every zip code across the commonwealth. Her first campaign stop will be today in Worcester to visit the Central Massachusetts Housing Alliance and the Boys and Girls Club of Worcester. She will then travel to Springfield for an event with Easthampton Mayor Nicole LaChapelle and supporters.

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