MILTON, MA – Beginning Sunday, and continuing over the next 21 days, Mac D’Alessandro, Democratic candidate for Congress from the Massachusetts’ 9th district, will visit all twenty-one cities and towns across the 9th district as he continues to reach out directly to voters to discuss the issues that impact their daily lives. Between July 11 and July 31, Mac will canvass door-to-door, visit small businesses and neighborhood organizations, attend community events, and meet with local activists.
“I believe a good Representative is an active partner with and a constant presence in the communities he or she represents,” said D’Alessandro. “If elected, I will serve in Congress the exact same way I have campaigned, by reaching out to residents of all twenty-one communities of the district, listening to their concerns, being a strong advocate for their interests and standing up to the special interests who have controlled the agenda in Washington for too long.”
Note to media: Staging locations and exact times for some canvasses to be determined; contact Mathew Helman at 617-821-8004 for information, as the campaign welcomes media accompanying Mac D’Alessandro on canvasses and at public events.
Monday, July 12: Bridgewater
Visits Bridgewater State College campus
131 Summer Street, Bridgewater
Door-to-door Canvass in Bridgewater
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Mac D’Alessandro of Milton, Massachusetts, has spent his career fighting on behalf of working families. For the past nine years, Mac has worked for the Service Employees International Union, most recently as New England Political Director. Prior to working for the SEIU, Mac worked for Greater Boston Legal Services, directing legislative efforts to help families combat poverty. Mac earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Ecology and Environmental Policy from Rutgers University and his Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School. Mac, 40, is married to Jennie Mulqueen, an early childhood arts educator, and is the proud father of five-year-old Sophie and four-year-old Atticus.