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Andrea In The News - In the News | Sep 28, 2021

Andrea Campbell’s Next Mission: Mobilize Voters In Communities Of Color

GBH NEWS – After Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell came in third in Boston’s preliminary mayoral election — missing out on the general by just three percentage points — she told supporters she was proud of a campaign that provided “solutions that will make our city more affordable, safer, more equitable and just.” Now, she […]
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Andrea In The News - Written by Andrea | Sep 24, 2021

How will mayoral candidates address inequities and empower Black Bostonians?

My endorsement will go to the one who inspires the most confidence that she will meet these challenges. BY ANDREA J. CAMPBELL, BOSTON GLOBE – I know what is expected after a preliminary loss: a series of private meetings between campaign teams, followed by a quick endorsement and a commitment to get the endorsee elected. […]
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Andrea In The News - Press Releases | Sep 03, 2021

Andrea Campbell Decries BPS Transportation Plans, Calls Upon Acting Mayor to Notify Parents this Weekend about Late or No-Show Buses

BOSTON – With BPS returning to in-person learning next week, City Councilor and Mayoral candidate Andrea Campbell urged Acting Mayor Janey to communicate with parents this weekend if they should plan for alternate transportation for their kids. “Many parents are already worried about returning to school safely due to COVID-19. Worrying about whether or not […]
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Andrea In The News - Press Releases | Sep 02, 2021

Elect Black Women PAC Endorses Andrea Campbell for Mayor of Boston

BOSTON – Today, City Councilor Andrea Campbell received the endorsement of the Elect Black Women PAC in her bid for mayor of Boston. Elect Black Women PAC is a national organization working to increase representation of Black women in municipal and statewide executive offices. “Elect Black Women PAC is proud to support Andrea Campbell in […]
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Andrea In The News - In the News | Sep 02, 2021

Andrea Campbell should be Boston’s next mayor

BY THE EDITORIAL BOARD, BOSTON GLOBE – Andrea Campbell wanted change, and she didn’t want to wait. So in 2015, the Roxbury-born education lawyer took the toughest path into Boston politics: She challenged, and then handily defeated, an entrenched 32-year incumbent for the City Council seat representing Mattapan, one of the city’s neediest neighborhoods. A restless […]
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