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Katherine Clark Endorses Andrea Campbell for Massachusetts Attorney General

June 23, 2022

Former Boston city councilor Andrea Campbell has a new backer in her bid to be the next attorney general of Massachusetts.

Campbell received the endorsement of U.S. Rep. Katherine Clark (D-Revere) on Thursday this week.

“Andrea knows firsthand the difference that opportunity can make in a child’s life,” Clark said in a statement. “She will fight for every child in Massachusetts: from health care, to early education, to housing and safe neighborhoods.”

Campbell is one of three Democrats running for the post. The others are Brookline labor attorney Shannon Liss-Riordan and Quentin Palfrey, the Democratic Party’s 2018 nominee for lieutenant governor.

Clark is a member of the leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives. As assistant speaker, she is number four on the Democrats’ ladder in the House. She figures to remain in the House leadership at least through early January 2023, when the next Congress begins after the November 2022 general election. 


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