We have a crisis on our hands in Massachusetts.
Every day as a doctor in the emergency room, I see that people are struggling. They are struggling to find affordable health care. They are struggling to find good, sustainable jobs. They are struggling to find some hope of recovery in a recession that is weighted on the backs of working families and has taken from those who already have the least.
You met me recently through a Left Ahead podcast and a follow-up blog post on BMG. I’m the candidate running for the State Senate seat formerly held by Scott Brown who believes that progressive values can make real, meaningful change in the Commonwealth. Now is not the time to disown government, but to make it work better for us.
With this election, we have the opportunity to show Massachusetts – and symbolically, the nation – that our progressive values of affordable, quality health care, sustainable job growth, and a fair, solid public education belong in crucial debates regarding our future. But, I need your help to make this happen.
Here are some of the best ways you can help the campaign today:
1. Contribute to our campaign at www.petersmulowitz.com. Then, join Act Blue and help us continue to raise the money needed to get our message out by asking your friends, family, and colleagues to donate along with you (www.actblue.com)
2. Host a phone from home party from your house with you and your friends to identify supporters.
3. Come join us knocking on doors and volunteer on primary day, Tuesday, April 13th.
If you can do any of the above, please contact our campaign today at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781.444.0881.
Your support today brings us one step closer to putting a progressive Democrat in the State House. The stakes are high. With just under five weeks left until the Democratic Primary, we must come together and not lose this chance.
And as always, if you have any questions or want to find out other ways to get involved, please visit www.petersmulowitz.com.
Thank you so much,
Candidate for State Senate
Norfolk, Bristol, and Middlesex