In tandem events at the Needham Town Common and at Seven Arrows Farm in Attleboro, Orozco spoke about the key policy elements of her “Sara for Senate” campaign; Access, Affordability, and the American Dream. Her website, http://www.SaraOrozco.com includes details about many policy priorities.
Orozco’s official launch in Needham was bolstered by an enthusiastic introduction and endorsement from State Representative and House Majority Whip, Lida Harkins, (D-Needham), who spoke to the need of getting fresh perspectives on Beacon Hill, and electing more women, like Sara, to office.
Hours later, in Attleboro, Massachusetts Democratic Party Chairman, John Walsh, introduced Sara and engaged the crowd by observing that communities in the southern part of the district have been particularly isolated from the decision-makers on Beacon Hill over the past four years. Chairman Walsh encouraged everyone present to commit to Sara’s campaign for the just-over-four months until the general election.
Great coverage of the campaign kick-off appeared in the Sunday Sun Chronicle: http://www.thesunchronicle.com…
At least one original BMG volunteer came out to help! You know who you are and we thank you! Please let us know if you’d like to join the Sara for Senate campaign for parade duty on the 4th of July by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sara has already garnered key endorsements from Massachusetts AFL-CIO, the Boston Teachers Union, MassEquality PAC, Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of Massachusetts,NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts, and Mass Alliance, a coalition of twenty-two progressive organizations committed to collaboration, education, advocacy, and electoral work.