C.O.P.E.

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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.



 

 

Congratulations to our Endorsed candidates who won election or re-election on November 5th, 2019. Thank you to our members who went to the polls and volunteered their time in making this year’s election a success.

 

 

 

Boston City Council -at Large

Michael Flaherty

Anissa Essabi-George


 

Boston City Council District Races

Lydia Edwards, District 1

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Ed Flynn, District 2

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Frank Baker, District 3

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Kim Janey, District 7

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Braintree

Charlie Ryan, City Council


Brockton

Robert Sullivan, Mayor

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Malden

Deb DeMaria, City council

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Medford

Stephanie Muccini, Burke, Mayor

Adam Knight, City Council

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Melrose

Paul Brodeur, Mayor

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Lowell

John Drinkwater, City Council

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Quincy

Anne Mahoney, City Council at Large

Nina Liang, City Council at Large

Noel DiBona, City Council

Charles Phelan, Ward 5 city council


Revere

Brian Arrigo, Mayor

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