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FRAMINGHAM – Margareth Shepard has earned the endorsement of Clean Water Action, the third statewide environmental organization to endorse her candidacy for state representative.

“I am honored to receive the endorsement of Clean Water Action,” said Margareth Shepard. “The priorities of Clean Water Action are the same priorities of Framingham’s families: clean drinking water, communities free of pollution, and the prioritization of environmental justice communities like ours. As your state representative, I will work to secure vital funding to clean up local polluted sites and support public transportation, while co-sponsoring legislation that invests in green energy jobs and accelerates our transition to renewable energy. I will join the Clean Energy Caucus, the Zero Waste Caucus, and Regional Transit Authority (RTA) Caucus to further this work with colleagues and advocates.”

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Clean Water operates from the fact that everything in our lives is interconnected.  And that “clean water, good health, a stable climate, a healthy environment, economic well-being, a robust democracy, and justice for all—especially the most vulnerable among us,” is vital to every community.  Clean Water advocates for legislation and to elect public servants focused on the goals of “Safe Drinking Water, Clean Energy & Climate Justice, Zero Waste, and Healthy Homes, Workplaces, and Communities.”

Clean Water Action joins the Sierra Club and 350 Mass Action in supporting Margareth Shepard, the only three statewide environmental organizations that have endorsed in this legislative race.

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In addition, Clean Water Action joins a growing list of organizations and elected leaders supporting Margareth Shepard’s campaign, including the MassEquality, Bay State Stonewall Democrats, MassAlliance, Progressive Massachusetts, Mass Voters for Animals, Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus, Massachusetts Teachers Association, Massachusetts Nurses Association, Brazilian Policy Center, SEIU 888, Senator Jamie Eldridge, Rep. Jack Patrick Lewis, Rep. Danillo Sena, Former Rep. Pam Richardson, City Councilor Tracey Bryant, City Councilor Cesar Stewart-Morales, City Councilor Adam Steiner, former City Councilor Robert Case, former City Councilor Judith Grove, School Committee Member Beverly Hugo, and Former School Committee Member Geoffrey Epstein.

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Shepard is running to be the state representative for the 6th Middlesex District, composed primarily of South and Downtown Framingham.  Learn more about her campaign here:

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