I wanted to send a brief reminder about my Downtown Fundraising Breakfast tomorrow morning. I hope you will join me!
Last summer, we hired more than 20 interns to both help out with the campaign and create an opportunity for our young people to learn about public policy and the political process. It was so successful that upon election, I committed to continuing a robust internship program so our students could learn and engage at the State level. Mentoring the next generation of leaders is one of the most important things we can do as a society to ensure a positive future for all.
Tomorrow is Discovery Day in Lexington, and we are closing down Massachusetts Avenue to enhance the festivities as we celebrate one of the most fun and dynamic days of the year in town! Throw on some sunscreen and stop by my booth just outside Depot Square on Mass Ave to discuss current topics at the State House, meet my Legislative Aide, get help with state agencies, or just say hi. We will be there all day!
With just over a month left before I am sworn in to the 191st General Court, I am pleased to host my first office hours as 15th Middlesex Representative-elect. Please join me, retiring Representative Jay Kaufman, Senator Cindy Friedman, and 30th Middlesex Representative-elect Rich Haggerty to ask questions, discuss policy, or talk about issues important to you.
The heat and humidity of the summer may be at its peak, but that's only getting our campaign more determined! Next Wednesday, August 1, 2018, we're going to be taking a break from knocking on doors for a few hours for an exciting campaign event in Lexington.
I hope you'll join me for a fun evening with your friends and neighbors.
Here are the details:
I hope you'll have the opportunity to attend, learn more about our campaign, and get involved!
I wanted to check in to give everyone some exciting updates on our campaign!
Lexington Campaign Committee:
Vicki Blier, Chair
Margaret Counts-Klebe, Treasurer
Do you want to be part of our team? You can sign up to publicly show your support by clicking HERE. Thanks to everyone again for all that you've given to this campaign, and let's keep up the momentum!
"Women have made great progress in forging new paths; let's talk about how to continue that trend and increase the numbers."
Join me on Tuesday, March 13 at 7:00 PM at Cary Memorial Library, in Lexington for the Women in Leadership panel discussion.
In recognition of women's history month, Cary Library has organized a panel of women in leadership roles to discuss women's participation in a variety of organizations and professions. I am honored to be included.
My fellow panelists include:
See the Cary Library event calendar for more details. I hope you can join us!
Thank you, friends! Last month, I told you about an aggressive goal we set for our campaign -- 100 contributions before the December 31st fundraising deadline. Thanks to your incredible generosity, we surpassed our goal with over 214 donations! I am so grateful and humbled by your support and belief in me.
Now, it's critical that we continue to build our grassroots organization. I hope you'll join our team for our first organizational meeting. Here are the details:
We'd love for you to come by to learn more about our campaign, talk about our shared vision for Lexington and Woburn, and get involved! If you can't make it and would like to host a meet & greet, be listed as a public endorser, and volunteer in other ways, please click HERE. We need everyone to sign up and share your support of our campaign. I look forward to seeing you soon!