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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‚Äôt 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‚Äôs neediest neighborhoods. A restless […]
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Andrea In The News - In the News | Sep 01, 2021

Meeting The Candidates For Mayor Of Boston: Andrea Campbell

BY AMANDA BELAND AND TIZIANA DEARING, WBUR – Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell, representing the city’s fourth district, joined¬†Radio Boston¬†to make the case why she should be the next mayor of Boston.
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Andrea In The News - In the News | Aug 30, 2021

As federal eviction ban ends, a mayoral rival urges Janey to impose one in Boston

BY STEPHANIE EBBERT, BOSTON GLOBE – City Councilor and mayoral candidate Andrea Campbell urged Acting Mayor Kim Janey to impose a local moratorium on evictions in Boston, citing the risk of displacing families in the midst of a still-raging¬†pandemic and a disproportionate impact on communities of color. ‚ÄúHousing stability is essential to keep Bostonians safe […]
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Andrea In The News - In the News | Aug 30, 2021

With Far From Ordinary Life, Andrea Campbell Wasn’t Looking at a Political Career

BY ALISON KING, NBC10 BOSTON – Andrea Campbell’s life has been far from ordinary but the Boston City Councilor who is in the race for mayor says she has turned her pain into purpose. “When I was eight months old, my mom actually died in a car accident going to visit my father who was […]
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Andrea In The News - In the News | Aug 30, 2021

Andrea Campbell touts independence from developer influence, advocates for Boston eviction moratorium

BY AMY SOKOLOW, BOSTON HERALD – Mayoral hopeful Andrea Campbell painted herself as the only candidate without ties to the city‚Äôs influential development industry, while also calling on Acting Mayor Kim Janey to enact an eviction moratorium. ‚ÄúI‚Äôm the only candidate that actually does not have any ties whatsoever to anyone in the development community,‚ÄĚ […]
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