Website: Elizabeth Gervacio for Lynn School Committee Facebook: Elizabeth Gervacio for Lynn School Committee In Elizabeth’s words: I was raised in Lynn, attended Lynn Public Schools and graduated from Lynn English High School. I currently work as an Immigration Specialist in the office of United States Senator Elizabeth Warren. I have a teenage daughter and
Facebook: Facebook/PamRichardsonFramingham Email: [email protected] Contact: 508-524-0723 As a School Committee member and as State Representative, in collaboration with other community leaders Pam: 1. Secured a $12.9 million earmark in the Life Sciences Bill for infrastructure improvements in the Framingham Technology Park 2. Fought for the revised Chapter 70 Education formula which lead to a
Website: RanaForRevere.com Facebook: Facebook/RanaForRevere Email: [email protected] Contact: 781-521-4544 Dimple Rana is an advocate for the people of Revere. She is a community organizer, public servant, and a proud graduate of Revere High School, Hofstra University and Tufts University’s graduate urban policy and planning program. She currently serves as the Director of the City’s department
Website: www.Matt4Schools.com Facebook: Facebook/MatthewForSchoolCommittee Twitter: @mmiller492 Contribute: Matt4Schools.com/Donate Contact: 617-394-0988 In Matthew’s Own Words: My husband Harold and I have lived in Newton for seven years. We moved to Newton after adopting three boys through the Department of Children and Families in Boston. We currently live in Oak Hill Park with Jeremy (Oak Hill), Matthew
Website: www.davideppley.org Contribute: ActBlue 2017 At-Large Campaign David Eppley is a champion of progressive concerns and advocates for smart, welcoming development. Since 2013, he has served as the Ward 4 Councillor. David’s accomplishments include establishing the first citywide opiate addiction community summit and creating the LORAX Task Force, helping advocate for trees in public spaces.
Website: LydiaEdwards.org Facebook: @LydiaforBoston Contribute: LydiaforBoston Volunteer: LydiaEdwards.org/volunteer Lydia Edwards is currently a Candidate for District 1 Boston City Councilor. The district encompasses the neighborhoods of East Boston, the North End and Charlestown. Lydia Edwards is a proven leader and innovator who gets results. As an attorney she drafted and passed legislation to protect women
Facebook: Orlando Ramos City Councilor Orlando Ramos hopes to continue his strong citizenry government record and approach to the city council in representing the community in the local government and bring his experience to greatly continue to improve this great community. He seeks to build a town that offers something for everyone and believes that
Facebook: Vote Hong Website: VoteHong.net Hong Net is an immigrant to the United States in 1982 after escaping communist rule in Cambodia. After living in many places in Massachusetts he is now settled in Lynn with his wife and his children. He has accomplished many things, he did international work overseas in Cambodia to
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Hi Jordan and Becca, Just a note of thanks for the training I received in Worcester on March 11-12, 2017. The election for Brookline School Committee was May 2, 2017. We had 4 candidates for 3 seats and I topped the ticket!! I had lots of help including Max Parish, campaign manager, and my son,…
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