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FRAMINGHAM – Have you ever seen an election with such conflicting endorsements, confusing the
voters about their vote for our next Attorney General? Perhaps we should look beyond the high-powered dueling endorsements in this primary contest.

From the beginning of this campaign, I have supported Quentin Palfrey for Attorney General because of his extraordinary and relevant qualifications and experience:

* Chief of the Health Care Division in the AG’s office
* Senior Advisor to President Obama
* Acting General Counsel for President Biden‘s Department of Commerce
* Founder of the national non-profit Voter Protection Corps

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Look at HIS ENDORSEMENTS on Not only are there hundreds of individual grassroots endorsers, but please note that organizations supporting Quentin Palfrey not only endorse him for his positions on issues, but also as a result of their membership votes to support him.

These groups include the Massachusetts Democratic Party, Progressive Mass, Progressive Democrats of Massachusetts, Our Revolution, Sierra Club, 350Mass, Local 2222, NECAA, Bay State Stonewall
Democrats. We should pay attention to them and to the votes of thousands of their members.

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And then there’s the issue of financing. Quentin is the only candidate following Clean Elections rules. He gets matching funds for grassroots donations. He is NOT self-funding with millions of personal dollars on ads and big glossy flyers every day. And he is NOT getting money from any SuperPACs. Just from you and me, mostly small dollar donations.

Do you want an attorney general who firmly believes in expanding access to health care, public education that receives adequate funding and is open to all, bringing urgency to the fight against climate change, evidence-based justice reform, defending reproductive rights, protecting our communities from gun violence, and leading an ethical and transparent AG’s office and state government? If so, listen a little less to the VIPs, listen more to your heart and your brain. Read about Quentin Palfrey‘s
background and priorities on his website

Vote Quentin Palfrey for Attorney General in the primary election by mail, early voting,
or September 6, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Norma Shulman

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By editor

Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.