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Martha Coakley GOTV Activities

Are you interested in helping Martha Coakley and Steve Kerrigan win the General Election on November 4?

See a list of activities below with details on volunteer opportunities with the campaign!

Saturday, October 25th
Time: 4:00PM-8:00PM
RSVP here!

Sunday October 26th
Time: 5:00PM-9:00PM
RSVP here!

Monday, October 27th  
Time: 6:00PM-9:00PM
RSVP here!

Tuesday, October 28th 
Time: 6:00PM-9:00PM
RSVP here!

Wednesday, October 29th
Time: 6:00PM-9:00PM
RSVP here!

Thursday, October 30th 
Time: 6:00PM-9:00PM
RSVP here!

Friday, October 31st
Time: 5:00PM-9:00PM
RSVP here!

Saturday, November 1st
Time 1:00PM-4:00PM
4:00PM-9:00PM
RSVP here!

Sunday, November 2nd
Time:  1:00PM-5:00PM
5:00PM-9:00PM
RSVP here!

Monday, November 3rd
Time:  2:00PM – 5:00PM
5:00PM-9:00PM
RSVP here!

ELECTION DAY, November 4th
Time:  9:00AM-12:00PM
12:00PM – 3:00PM
3:00PM-5:30PM
5:30PM-8:00PM
RSVP here!


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Sunday, October 19: Door Knocking with Maura Healey and Deval Patrick for Martha Coakley

Join an Acton & Maynard Door-to-Door Canvass with Maura Healey!
Sunday, October 19th, 1:00pm
Campaign Headquarters, 74 Main Street, Maynard
To RSVP, please contact Joe Beebe at joe@maurahealey.com.

Join Deval Patrick & Maura Healey for a Somerville Door-to-Door Canvass!
Sunday, October 19th, 4:00pm
In front of Porter Square Books, 25 White St, Cambridge (Porter Square)
To RSVP, please contact Margie Pullo at margie@maurahealey.com.

 

 

 

 


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MassEquality Statement on Mitt Romney Fundraiser for Charlie Baker

Contact: Michael Givens
Communications Manager
617-878-2316 (o)
857-244-0218 (m)
mike@massequality.org
Twitter: @massequalitypac
Facebook: facebook.com/MassEquality

MassEquality Statement on Mitt Romney Fundraiser for Charlie Baker

BOSTON – October 16, 2014 – Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is scheduled to headline a fundraiser for Charlie Baker and Karyn Polito in Boston this evening. MassEquality Executive Director Kara Coredini offered the following response:

“It comes as no surprise to anyone familiar with Charlie Baker and Karyn Polito’s records that Mitt Romney, who made a national name for himself opposing LGBT equality, would visit Boston to validate and raise funds for their gubernatorial ticket. Baker’s first act as a potential Governor has been to bring Polito, one of Romney’s closest lieutenants when she was in the State House and currently a rising star in the Tea Party, onto his ticket. As a lawmaker, Polito worked shoulder-to-shoulder with Romney in his relentless crusade to strip the Commonwealth’s same-sex couples of the freedom to marry, and she voted against repealing a racist anti-miscegenation law that Romney had revived to prevent same-sex couples from other states from marrying in Massachusetts. Polito opposed funding for support services for LGBTQ youth, and both Baker and Polito oppose protecting transgender people from discrimination. And, of course, both subscribe to the tenets of the state Republican Party, which “updated” its platform to oppose marriage equality earlier this year, just weeks before Massachusetts celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the freedom to marry.

“Today is Spirit Day, a national day of reflection on the bullying epidemic and its dire, sometimes fatal, consequences for LGBTQ youth. Because of leaders like Martha Coakley, who led our state’s Anti-Bullying Commission and earlier this year saw her LGBTQ anti-bullying bill passed and signed into law, our state has some of the strongest protections for youth. These young people need to have an advocate in the Corner Office who is invested in them. They cannot afford a Romney 2.0 administration and our Commonwealth, a national leader on civil rights and equality, can do better.”


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Tuesday, October 21: Candidate for 2nd Franklin State Representative Denise Andrews Joins State Auditor Candidate Suzanne Bump for a Forum on the Economy

Denise Andrews will be hosting candidate forums across the Second Franklin District where anyone can come and ask her questions to learn first-hand about her results, approaches and character.

Each forum will focus on jobs and economic development and an additional critical area of interest to our communities. Denise will invite up-the-ticket Democrats to participate in these forums together, increasing the opportunity for the district to have direct engagement with Democrats seeking their vote across the ticket and building connections to support and advance our communities and interests.

All candidates will have short opening and closing remarks and will then take questions from the audience.

Handouts explaining all ballot questions, the Democratic platforms and literature for democratic candidates across the ticket will be available where possible.

All people of all ages are welcome.

Tuesday, October 21
5:00-6:00 pm
Jobs, Economic Development, Insuring Continued Strong Fiscal Management in Massachusetts Government:
Auditor Suzanne Bump (D), Representative Denise Andrews (D)
The Kamolot
1 North Main Street, Templeton


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Saturday, October 18: Candidate for 2nd Franklin State Representative Denise Andrews Joins Attorney General Candidate Maura Healey for a Forum on the Economy

Denise Andrews will be hosting candidate forums across the Second Franklin District where anyone can come and ask her questions to learn first-hand about her results, approaches and character.

Each forum will focus on jobs and economic development and an additional critical area of interest to our communities. Denise will invite up-the-ticket Democrats to participate in these forums together, increasing the opportunity for the district to have direct engagement with Democrats seeking their vote across the ticket and building connections to support and advance our communities and interests.

All candidates will have short opening and closing remarks and will then take questions from the audience. There will be one hour and 45 minutes for questions and 15 minutes to mingle and network.

Handouts explaining all ballot questions, the Democratic platforms and literature for democratic candidates across the ticket will be available where possible.

All people of all ages are welcome.

Saturday, October 18
1:30-2:30 pm
Jobs, Economic Development, Energy and the Environment
Maura Healey (D) Candidate for Attorney General and Representative Denise Andrews (D)
French King Bowling and Entertainment Center
55 French King Highway, Erving


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Sunday, October 19: Meet-and-Greet with Representative Denise Andrews, Candidate for the 2nd Franklin District, in Templeton

Representative Denise Andrews (D-Orange) invites you and your family and friends to attend this upcoming fall meet-and-greet session to learn about the progress being made in our district and to engage on issues and ideas that you want addressed for our communities’ progress.

“This is a great opportunity to come and share your ideas and concerns, to learn about the results and progress happening across our district and to get your questions answered,” shared Representative Andrews. “I am a results-driven leader and we are making good progress across our district. I believe it is critically important to keep continuity in this role as we advance projects and progress together. We, together, are building a better future for individuals, families and businesses in our district.”

Sunday, October 19
Country Mischief
10 Baldwinville Road
Templeton, MA 01331
3-4:30 pm

If  you are able, please bring a non-perishable food item; it will be donated to local food banks. All are welcome! Light refreshments provided with a cash bar where possible.  You can, also, learn more about Representative Denise Andrews on her website  www.deniseandrews.org.

If you are interested in volunteering on Denise’s campaign please call Greg Hager at 978-503-2561. If you are interested in making a campaign donation please send a check to “Citizen’s for Denise Andrews,” 21 Beach Lane, Orange, MA 01364.

 

 


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Sunday, October 5: Meet-and-Greet with Representative Denise Andrews, Candidate for the 2nd Franklin District, in Athol

Representative Denise Andrews (D-Orange) invites you and your family and friends to attend this upcoming fall meet-and-greet session to learn about the progress being made in our district and to engage on issues and ideas that you want addressed for our communities’ progress.

“This is a great opportunity to come and share your ideas and concerns, to learn about the results and progress happening across our district and to get your questions answered,” shared Representative Andrews. “I am a results-driven leader and we are making good progress across our district. I believe it is critically important to keep continuity in this role as we advance projects and progress together. We, together, are building a better future for individuals, families and businesses in our district.”

Sunday, October 5
Athol Pizza House & Bakery
522 Main St

Athol, MA 01331
3-4:30 pm

If  you are able, please bring a non-perishable food item; it will be donated to local food banks. All are welcome! Light refreshments provided with a cash bar where possible.  You can, also, learn more about Representative Denise Andrews on her website  www.deniseandrews.org.

If you are interested in volunteering on Denise’s campaign please call Greg Hager at 978-503-2561. If you are interested in making a campaign donation please send a check to “Citizen’s for Denise Andrews,” 21 Beach Lane, Orange, MA 01364.

 

 

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