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In full transparency, the following is a press release from the Campbell campaign submitted to SOURCE media.


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BOSTON Today, September 19, Andrea Campbell, candidate for Attorney General received the formal endorsement of the North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters (NASRCC), citing her deep understanding of the issues working families face.  

“Andrea Campbell understands the impact wage theft and tax fraud have on working people and families across Massachusetts and how the attorney general’s office can make a tangible difference in protecting them. We’re proud to endorse Andrea Campbell and excited about working with her as attorney general to stand up for the unrepresented and unprotected in our industry,” said Joe Byrne, Executive Secretary Treasurer of NASRCC. 

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“I am grateful for NASRCC’s support in this race. I know the system is stacked against hard-working families and the Attorney General’s office has all the tools needed to level the playing field. As Attorney General, labor will always have a seat at the table, and together we’ll work to pass wage theft prevention laws, ensure good benefits, and put money back in the pockets of our hard-working residents,” said Andrea Campbell, Democratic nominee for Attorney General.

Andrea Campbell has put forth comprehensive policy for how she will stand up and protect workers as Massachusetts Attorney General. This includes advocating for the passage of wage theft prevention legislation on Beacon Hill, strengthening the reach of the AGO’s Fair Labor Division by growing regional offices across the state, and rooting out civil rights violations and discrimination in the workplace and elsewhere.

Her entire policy plan can be found here

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