FRAMINGHAM – Mass Alliance, a coalition of varied organizations dedicated to making Massachusetts more progressive, announced it is endorsing Pam Richardson, a candidate for District 2 City Council in Framingham.
“Pam Richardson, a former state representative, school committee member and town meeting member is a proven community leader dedicated to serving the public interest. She has a track record of supporting progressive issues and having an impact from both a policy and budgetary standpoint, on behalf of the people she represents. The things that are important to Pam are the things that are important to us — a clean, safe environment, public schools that provide our kids with a high-quality education and an economic system that works for everyone,” said Jordan Berg Powers, Executive Director, in a press release.
“I am grateful to have the support of Mass Alliance and want to say thank you to all of the progressive organizations that participated in this endorsement process,” Richardson said. “I am proud to be part of an organization which supports leaders who stand up for their constituents and provides them with a voice on issues which impact children, families and the environment.”
Voters will decide between Richardson or Town Meeting member Jeanne Bullock to serve as the district’s first city councilor on November 7.
Mass Alliance is comprised of member organizations which advocate on a wide variety of issues, including civic participation, civil rights, economic justice, education, environmental issues, healthcare, reproductive rights, and worker’s rights. Mass Alliance provides clear leadership for the progressive community, cultivates and empowers progressive leaders, and assists them in ultimately winning their elections.