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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’s influential development industry, while also calling on Acting Mayor Kim Janey to enact an eviction moratorium. “I’m the only candidate that actually does not have any ties whatsoever to anyone in the development community,” […]
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Andrea In The News - Press Releases | Aug 29, 2021

Andrea Campbell Calls for Emergency Boston Eviction Moratorium

Without Federal or State Moratorium in Place to Protect Residents, Campbell Calls on City to Implement Citywide Moratorium “Immediately” BOSTON – Today, Boston City Councilor and mayoral candidate Andrea Campbell called for an emergency eviction moratorium in Boston after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last week overturned action by the Biden Administration and CDC to […]
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Andrea In The News - In the News | Aug 29, 2021

OTR: Andrea Campbell shares how twin brother’s story sparked her mayoral campaign

WCVB Channel 5 – The Boston city councilor has been open about the stark contrast between her life and that of her late twin brother, Andre.
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Andrea In The News - In the News | Aug 29, 2021

OTR: Boston mayoral candidate Andrea Campbell explains why she is pushing for vaccine, mask mandates

WCVB Channel 5 – The Boston city councilor says certain practices, such as vaccine passports, have proven to increase vaccination rates in other major cities.
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