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I hope you are enjoying your Labor Day with family & friends. Polls open in less than 24 hours! I want to let you know that I am supporting Sheriff Steve Tompkins for reelection and Former Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell for Attorney General.
Andrea Campbell for Attorney General

, went from the projects to Princeton. She is literally the rose that grew from concrete. Her story touches so many of us, because we have all experienced struggles. She won't forget us.

Her opponent has now spent $9 million of her own money, because she has not been able to earn or inspire the support that Andrea has. Instead she is trying to buy this election.

Please vote for Andrea on Sept 6th. EVERY SINGLE living Attorney General of Massachusetts is with her. They know best about what it takes to do the job and they know how the office works.

Lets go Andrea!
Learn more about Andrea: 

Sign up for a canvass: 

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View Andrea’s endorsements: 

Read Andrea’s policy platforms: 

Watch Andrea’s TV ad: 

Amplify Maura Healey’s endorsement of Andrea: 

And don’t forget to make a plan to cast your ballot for Andrea Campbell for Attorney General on or before September 6th! 
Steve Tompkins for Suffolk County Sheriff

In his tenure as Sheriff of Suffolk County, Sheriff Steve Tompkins has been driven by a community based approach.
He has invested time and resources in re-entry services, substance abuse prevention, and services for at-risk youth.

Sheriff Tompkins created the innovative “Common Ground Institute,” a vocational training and re–entry program that teaches marketable vocation skills in a classroom setting, and he created the “Choice Program” which sends trained officers into the schools of Boston, Chelsea, Winthrop and Revere to deliver on the program’s mission of helping young people to make positive choices for future success while reinforcing the theme of respect for oneself and for others around them. He also created the PEACE Unit, which provides specialized programming for the 18 to 25 year old male population; the OASIS Program, which offers advanced addiction recovery services; and the Summer Enrichment Program, an external outreach endeavor that gives Suffolk County high school juniors and seniors who are interested in careers in the criminal justice and law enforcement sector the opportunity to intern at the Sheriff’s Office and gain valuable experience in a law enforcement setting, with presentations and visits from and to professional law enforcement and criminal justice agencies across Massachusetts.  


Lydia Edwards
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