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617 712 1340 P.O. Box 20238 Worcester, MA 01602 02108

Samantha Perlman

October 9, 2022

Samantha Perlman

A goal of Mass Alliance has always been to advocate for a better future. And one of the ways that we do this is by electing young people to office. Samantha Perlman shook the status quo by running for and winning Marlborough City Council. She became the youngest person on the council by roughly half,...
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October 9, 2022

Tram Nguyen

This progressive victory came as an upset over the most conservative member of the Massachusetts House as Tram Nguyen stayed true to progressive values, stemming from her experience as an immigrant, a refugee, and an attorney for crime victims from vulnerable populations. Nguyen’s opponent was a pro-Trump and anti-LGBTQIA+ politician, but her election as the...
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October 9, 2022

Paul Feeney

Progressivism can only be as strong as it is united, which Paul Feeney set out to achieve with his 2017 special election campaign to represent Bristol and Norfolk in the State Senate. As a long-time labor activist and former Co-Chair of Bernie Sanders’s 2016 Presidential Campaign in Massachusetts, Mass Alliance supported Paul Fenney as he...
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October 9, 2022

Becca Rausch

Mass Alliance Executive Director Jordan Berg Powers once told Becca Rausch that it wouldn’t be possible for her to win her race to represent Norfolk, Bristol, and Middlesex in the State Senate given how the district was drawn, yet win she did. Despite Mass Alliance’s uncertainty, we continued to throw support into her campaign, believing...
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October 9, 2022

Tami Gouveia

Tami Gouveia, a social worker and single mother from a union family, describes her motivation for getting involved in politics as being from lived experience- she wanted to ensure that the same services that have helped her are available to others. Since her election to the 14th Middlesex seat with the help of Mass Alliance,...
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October 9, 2022

Maria Duaime Robinson

Maria Duaime Robinson demonstrated her commitment to Progressivism with her environmental activism- she has spent her career working as clean energy and air expert, advising government agencies and leaders on policy nationwide. By winning the 6th Middlesex open House seat in 2018, she became the first Korean-American legislator elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives....
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October 9, 2022

Lindsay Sabadosa

Lindsay Sabadosa, a legal and financial translator, has been supporting women in politics and advocating for reproductive rights, affordable healthcare, pro-immigrant policies, and local political participation for decades. With Mass Alliance’s help, her upset to win the Democratic primary against the former State Representative’s aide brought a new progressive voice to the State House from...
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October 9, 2022

Jim Hawkins

With support from Mass Alliance, Jim Hawkins–a math teacher and race car driver–won the 2nd Bristol House seat. Jim has spent his life championing fair, nonpunitive, well-funded public education and brings to his office critical lived experience as a small business owner that allows him to relate to his constituents’ struggles. Over the course of...
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October 9, 2022

Dante Comparetto

Dante Comparetto was elected to the Worcester School Committee in 2017 with the support of Mass Alliance. After overcoming homelessness and drug addiction, Dante became a successful business owner and a leader in the Massachusetts Education Justice Alliance (MEJA). His story of recovery and redemption as well as his advocacy work resonated with the people...
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October 9, 2022

Kim Janey

Kim Janey emerged victorious in her bid to represent District 7 on the Boston City Council, in the one and only race in the city of Boston that Mass Alliance has ever gotten involved in. Janey, who has spent her career working as an advocate for equitable education policies, served on the council for three...
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