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Andrea In The News - In the News | May 19, 2021

Andrea Campbell proposes ’30-day challenge’ around Methadone Mile

BY SEAN PHILIP COTTER, BOSTON HERALD – Mayoral candidate Andrea Campbell issued a “30-day challenge” to Acting Mayor Kim Janey to set a course to better improve conditions on Boston’s Methadone Mile as Campbell declared the conditions there to be a top issue in the city. “This is the task at hand,” Campbell said, after […]
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Andrea In The News - Press Releases | May 18, 2021

Former State Representative Marie St. Fleur Endorses Andrea Campbell for Mayor of Boston

BOSTON – Today, Councilor and Boston mayoral candidate Andrea Campbell was endorsed by Marie St. Fleur, a former Dorchester State Representative and community leader.  “Andrea Campbell is exactly the kind of leader Boston needs right now. She is informed by the painful losses and inequities she experienced growing up in Boston and driven by her […]
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Andrea In The News - In the News | May 18, 2021

Former State Rep. Marie St. Fleur Endorses Campbell For Boston Mayor

BY SARAYA WINTERSMITH, GBH NEWS – In a move aimed at garnering support in the Haitian community, former state Rep. Marie St. Fleur Tuesday endorsed Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell’s bid for mayor on Tuesday. “She gets what the city needs right now,” St. Fleur said of Campbell. “We are multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, and you […]
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Andrea In The News - In the News | May 04, 2021

Andrea Campbell Reacts to Boston Police Union Tweets

BY TIZIANA DEARING, WBUR RADIO BOSTON – Earlier this week, the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association got into a heated exchange with Andrea Campbell on Twitter. The exchange began after the Boston Herald reported that Campbell was holding up $1.2 million in police funds. In response, Campbell tweeted that she was still waiting to hear from […]
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Andrea In The News - Written by Andrea | May 02, 2021

Growth Must Lead to Shared Prosperity in Boston

BY ANDREA J. CAMPBELL, BANKER & TRADESMAN – It’s no secret that Boston has been transformed over the last generation. When I was growing up as a little girl in Roxbury, Boston was seen by many as a “small big city” – New York’s sibling to the north where large swaths of land were unused or unutilized. […]
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