2016 Elections

2016 Elections - Organizing

POST-ELECTION UPDATE

Congratulations to Eric LesserKen Gordon, and Pat Jehlen on their reelection, and congratulations to Jack LewisJulian Cyr, and Mike Connolly, who will be joining them there next year! We look forward to working with all of them to advance a progressive agenda in the legislature.

Although Jen MiglioreMatt Patrick, and Moses Dixon fell short, we applaud them for the passion, principles, and work ethic they brought to their campaigns. We look forward to continuing to work with them, and we look forward to seeing what they do next!

 

CONGRATULATIONS to our 2016 ENDORSED CANDIDATES in the NOVEMBER 8 Election!

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Want to help our candidates win? Find volunteer opportunities on our Campaign Calendar and donate to our candidates on our ActBlue page!

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ENDORSED BY PROGRESSIVE MASS FOR 2016 PRIMARY!

UPDATE! Congratulations to Pat Jehlen, Jack Lewis, Mike Connolly and Moses Dixon for winning their primaries! We continue our support for them during their general elections. Moses Dixon and Jack Lewis face Republican competition for their seat. Please continue to support their campaigns with time and contributions! Focusing progressive resources in strategic districts can make a big difference in the progressive make-up of the Legislature -- and make real differences in making Massachusetts policy more progressive. 

(UPDATE) Although Monica did not win her primary race, we congratulate her on her hard-fought campaign, and most especially, her progressive leadership. We look forward to working with her in the future! 

TO SEE QUESTIONNAIRES from all candidates who sought endorsement, click here

Note: We are not yet able to engage in all contested races in the legislature, although as we grow, with your help, and increase our capacity, we hope someday to do just this. Meanwhile, the Election and Endorsement Committee identifies races to focus on that appear to have a particularly good opportunity to make a progressive change in the legislature.

Ballot Questions

 

Ballot Questions are important opportunities to push forward progressive policy -- or take backward steps on our progress. Our ballot question positions are below in brief; read more here

  • NO on Question 1 to prevent the expansion of predatory gambling.
  • NO on Question 2 to protect our public schools.
  • YES on Question 3 to protect farm animals.
  • YES on Question 4 to legalize recreational marijuana.

Want to volunteer for Save Our Public Schools on the No on Question 2 campaign? You can find volunteer opportunities across the state on our Campaign CalendarDon't see anything in your city or town? Contact them to start your own phone bank or canvass!

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published this page in Past Endorsements 2017-05-27 09:38:00 -0400
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