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MassEquality PAC Announces Endorsement of Steve Kerrigan for Lieutenant Governor

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SteveKerriganMassEquality PAC Announces Endorsement of Steve Kerrigan for Lieutenant Governor

Kerrigan poised to become country’s first openly-gay lieutenant governor

BOSTON ─ September 18, 2014 ─ Today, the MassEquality PAC announced its endorsement of Steve Kerrigan for Lieutenant Governor:

“Steve Kerrigan’s background, experience and accomplishments as a leader on the local, state and federal levels make him the clear choice in the race for Lieutenant Governor,” said Kara Coredini, executive director of MassEquality. “Like MassEquality PAC endorsee for Governor, Martha Coakley, Kerrigan has a proven record of being the forward-looking champion we need to ensure that our Commonwealth remains a national leader on justice and equality for all.”

Kerrigan’s deep record of accomplished management and of leveraging leadership roles to advance LGBTQ issues have prepared him to lead from day one as the Commonwealth’s next Lieutenant Governor. As a former aide to the late Senator Ted Kennedy, Kerrigan worked for passage of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, federal legislation introduced by Senator Kennedy that would prohibit discrimination against LGBTQ workers. While a Selectman in his hometown of Lancaster, Kerrigan pushed the local chapter of the Boy Scouts of America to reject the ban on openly gay scout masters. As CEO of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte in 2012, Kerrigan oversaw the most LGBTQ-inclusive and welcoming political convention in the country’s history.

If elected in November, Kerrigan will become the country’s first openly gay Lieutenant Governor.

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