C.O.P.E.

 

Committee On Political Education

Brendan Keogh
Chairman  

Michael Donahue
Vice Chairman

Martin Sweeney
Treasurer

Matthew Lyons
Recording Secretary

The primary function of the Local 2222 Committee On Political Education (C.O.P.E.) is to elect men and women who aggressively work for pro-worker legislation.

The public leaders we elect to office make decisions that affect our lives. These lawmakers shape the laws that govern us, the taxes we pay and the services our government provides. By taking a lead role in federal, state, municipal and local elections, collectively, the labor movement can elect more pro-union candidates and subsequently create a more pro-worker political climate in the Commonwealth.


 


 

I.B.E.W 2222 Endorsements for 2018

Congressional Elections:

Congressman Michael Capuano  of the 7th C.D.

Congressman Stephen Lynch  of the 8th C.D.

State Senator Barbara L’Italien candidate for Congress in the 3rd C.D.

 

Constitutional Offices:

Attorney General Maura Healey

Treasurer Deb Goldberg

 

State Senate Elections:

 

State Senator Paul Feeney,  Bristol & Norfolk District

 

Candidate for State Senate John Drinkwater, 1st Middlesex District

 

State Senator Cindy Friedman, 4th Middlesex District

State Senator Mike Rush, Norfolk & Suffolk District

State Senator Nick Collins, 1st Suffolk District

State Senator Eric Lesser, 1st Hampden and Hampshire

State Senator Joe Boncore, 1st Suffolk and Middlesex

 

State Representative Elections:

 

 

Councilor Peter Capano, candidate for Representative , 11th Essex District

Representative James Hawkins, 2nd Bristrol District

Candidate for State Representative, 4th Plymouth, Sean Costello

Candidate for State Representative, 4th Suffolk, David Biele

City Council Elections:

 

Lynn Councilor-At-Large Brian LaPierre

Quincy Councilor-at-large Noel DiBona

Quincy Councilor Brian Palmucci

Revere Councilor John Correggio