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In the News | Sep 24, 2020

Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell announces run for mayor

BY DANNY MCDONALD, BOSTON GLOBE – Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell announced Thursday that she is running for mayor in next year’s election, citing the need to make the city a more equitable and just place and saying it is time to address its history of racism. Standing in front of a public housing complex […]
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In the News | Sep 24, 2020

Highlighting Local Roots, City Councilor Andrea Campbell Announces Bid for Boston Mayor

BY MARY MARKOS, NBC10 BOSTON – Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell on Thursday announced her bid to become the city’s next mayor, saying her local upbringing makes her the best candidate to create more equity for residents. “In this profound moment of reckoning for our country and our city, as people rise up to demand […]
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In the News | Sep 24, 2020

I’m Running’: Andrea Campbell Enters The Race For Boston Mayor

BY CALLUM BORCHERS, WBUR – Saying Boston needs a leader who “has lived the systemic inequities facing our residents,” City Councilor Andrea Campbell is jumping into the race for mayor. Campbell joins fellow councilor Michelle Wu in challenging Mayor Marty Walsh, though Walsh hasn’t formally announced he’ll seek a third term next year. Representation in city leadership is […]
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Press Releases | Sep 24, 2020

City Councilor Andrea Joy Campbell Launches Campaign for Mayor of Boston

Campbell Releases Video, Will Kickoff Campaign With Speech in Front of Childhood Home in Roxbury at 11AM BOSTON — Today, Boston City Councilor Andrea Joy Campbell announced her candidacy for Mayor of Boston. A native Bostonian, Campbell is running to bring the city together to break cycles of inequity and injustice, and to give every […]
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In the News | Sep 09, 2020

The Political Is Personal: Andrea Campbell’s Story of Change, Grief, and Hope

Andrea Campbell ’04 had been thinking about the words for a long time, but in the end, they just spilled out. On May 25, George Floyd was killed by police in Minneapolis, and on June 3, the Boston City Council met for the first time in two weeks, all 13 members — including Campbell — […]
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