This election is one of the most consequential midterms of our lifetimes. Yes, politicians and pundits say that every election cycle, but if the last two months have shown us anything we are living in extraordinary times where the power of women, people of color and young people can make a difference.
Mass NOW’s PAC has endorsed 14 candidates in the general election, all of whom need your support between now and November 6th. Our core values are under attack from the State House to the White House. We can only fight back by electing strong, progressive and feminist candidates to stand up for our values on Beacon Hill.
The conversion therapy ban, comprehensive sexual education, family medical leave and a whole host of other issues may be decided during the next legislative session. If we want Massachusetts to remain a champion of progressive policies, then we must do everything in our power to elect candidates who will fight for our values.
We know that with your support of our progressive candidates in November, we can move Mass NOW’s progressive legislative agenda forward! You could find your polling place here and a full list of our endorsed candidates below. Let’s turn out and show the power of Mass NOW at the polls!
Mass NOW PAC Endorsements:
Sue Chalifoux-Zephir (State Senate – Middlesex and Worcester District)
Senator Julian Cyr (Cape and Islands Districts
Senator Jamie Eldridge (Middlesex and Worcester District)
Nika Elugardo (State Representative – 15th Suffolk and Norfolk District)
Tami Gouveia (State Representative – 14th Middlesex District)
Allison Gustavson (State Representative – 4th Essex)
Representative Natalie Higgins (4th Worcester District)
David LaBouef (State Representative – 7th Worcester District)
Senator Jason Lewis (Fifth Middlesex District)
Tanya Neslusan (State Representative – 1st Hampden District)
Tram Nguyen (State Representative – 18th Essex District)
Liz Miranda (State Representative – Fifth Suffolk District)
Becca Rausch ( State Senate – Norfolk, Bristol & Middlesex District)
Lindsay Sabadosa (State Representative – 1st Hampshire District)