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Eric Lesser, Democratic nominee for state Senate in the First Hampden and Hampshire district, was endorsed today by the Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund, which promotes reproductive health and freedom of choice by providing clinical services, education and advocacy.
Eric Lesser, Democratic nominee for state Senate in the First Hampden & Hampshire district, was endorsed today by the Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA), which represents 110,000 teachers, administrators and other education professionals in public schools and higher education institutions throughout Massachusetts.
Gov. Deval Patrick paid a visit Saturday to the campaign headquarters of Eric Lesser, Democratic nominee for state Senate in the First Hampden & Hampshire District.
Addressing a large group of Eric Lesser supporters in East Longmeadow, Gov. Patrick threw his enthusiastic support behind Lesser and emphasized the importance of bipartisan, results-oriented leadership.
Eric Lesser, candidate for state Senate in the First Hampden & Hampshire District, announced the support of more than 20 organizations and leaders representing every community in our district.
“I am proud to have the support of organizations and individuals throughout Western Massachusetts,” Lesser said. “But to shake up Beacon Hill, I need your support, too. I’d be honored to have your vote.”
The following organizations and individuals have endorsed Eric Lesser for state Senate:
• Massachusetts AFL-CIO
Eric Lesser, candidate in the First Hampden and Hampshire district, completed a Weekend of Action in advance of the September 9 Democratic primary.
“Since day one, we have built this campaign on reaching out to every voter and having a conversation about the future of Western Mass,” Lesser said. “More than a hundred volunteers came out in force this weekend because they believe Western Mass deserves new ideas and a new voice.”