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MassEquality PAC Announces 1st Round of Legislative Endorsements for 2016

The MassEquality PAC is pleased to announce its first round of endorsements for the 2016 legislative races.

First-time candidates endorsed by MassEquality PAC include:

Senate: Nora Harrington (Norfolk, Bristol & Plymouth)

House: Natalie Higgins (4th Worcester)

“Both of these candidates are effective advocates and longtime supporters of the LGBTQ community,” said MassEquality Executive Director Deborah Shields, JD, MPH. “Their experience and awareness of LGBTQ issues make them ideally suited to be influential advocates for the community on Beacon Hill.”

Senate incumbent endorsees include:

Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz (2nd Suffolk)
Senator Cynthia Stone Creem (1st Middlesex & Norfolk)
Senator Sal DiDomenico (Everett, Middlesex & Suffolk)
Senator Kenneth Donnelly (4th Middlesex)
Senator Jamie Eldridge (Middlesex & Worcester)
Senator Linda Dorcena Forry (1st Suffolk)
Senator Pat Jehlen (2nd Middlesex)
Senator Eric Lesser (1st Hampden & Hampshire)
Senator Jason Lewis (5th Middlesex)
Senator Barbara L’Italien (2nd Essex & Middlesex)
Senator Stan Rosenberg (Hampshire, Franklin, Worcester)

House incumbent endorsees include:

Representative Cory Atkins (14th Middlesex)
Representative Christine Barber (34th Middlesex)
Representative Evandro Carvalho (5th Suffolk)
Representative Mike Day (31st Middlesex)
Representative Marjorie Decker (25th Middlesex)
Representative Denise Garlick (13th Norfolk)
Representative Danielle Gregoire (4th Middlesex)
Representative Kate Hogan (3rd Middlesex)
Representative Kay Khan (11th Middlesex)
Representative Liz Malia (11th Suffolk)
Representative Jim O’Day (14th Worcester)
Representative Sarah Peake (4th Barnstable)
Representative Denise Provost (27th Middlesex)
Representative Byron Rushing (9th Suffolk)
Representative Paul Tucker (7th Essex)

“Our endorsed incumbent candidates have a proven track record as champions of LGBTQ rights, and have consistently supported legislation that is vital to our community,” Ms. Shields added. “We are proud to endorse each of these candidates, and we look forward to working with them in the State House to ensure everyone in Massachusetts enjoys equality and justice.”

For more information about our endorsement process and criteria, please click here.

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