October 2008 Layout - Boston Carmen`s Union, Local 589

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October 2008 Layout - Boston Carmen`s Union, Local 589
Massachusetts House of Representatives
Massachusetts Endorsements
Vote Tuesday, November 4, 2008
President
U.S. Senate
Barack Obama
John Kerry
First as a community organizer,
then a State Senator, a U. S.
Senator and now as the Democratic candidate for President,
Barack Obama has been a fighter
for working women and men.
Senator Obama supports workers
rights, opposes privatization, will
protect pensions and Local 589
is proud to endorse Barack Obama.
Senator John Kerry earned the
Boston Carmen’s Union Local 589 endorsement with his
strong pro-worker, pro-union
voting record for 24 years in
the U.S. Senate. Senator Kerry
joined with Local 589 to successfully oppose MBTA privatization and deserves our votes.
U.S. Congress
Massachusetts State Senate
John Olver
1st District
Ken Donnelly
Union Member
4th Middlesex
Jennifer Flanngan
Worc. & Middlesex
Jennifer Benson
37th Middlesex
Geraldo Alicea
6th Worcester
Joseph Driscoll
5th Norfolk
Barbara L’Italien
18th Essex
Sara Peake
4th Barnstable
Danielle Gregoire
4th Middlesex
Jim Arciero
2nd Middlesex
Mary Kate Hogan
3rd Middlesex
Jim Dwyer
30th Middlesex
Lori Ehrlich
8th Essex
Thomas Conroy - 13th Middlesex
James Murphy - 4th Norfolk
Kevin Murphy - 18th Middlesex
James Cantwell - 4th Plymouth
Marie St. Fleur - 5th Suffolk
Corey Atkins - 14th Middlesex
Pam Richardson - 6th Middlesex
Cheryl Rivera - 10th Hampden
Devan Romanul - 1st Bristol
Stephen Smith - 28th Middlesex
Harold Naughton - 12 Worcester
Rosemary Sandlin - 3rd Hampden
Linda Dean Campbell - 15th Essex
Christopher Donelan - 2nd Franklin
Katherine Clark - 32nd Middlesex
John Fresolo - 16th Worcester
Barney Frank
4th District
Carlo Basile - 1st Suffolk
Paul Kujawski - 8th Worcester
Paul Donato - 35th Middlesex
James Timilty
Bristol & Norfolk
Jamie Eldridge
Middlesex & Worc.
John Tierney
6th District
Edward Markey
7th District
Jack Hart
1st Suffolk
THE
Boston
Carmen
3rd Middlesex
Kevin Aguir - 7th Bristol
Mike Rush - 10th Suffolk
Robert Rice - 2nd Worcester
Mathew Patrick - 3rd Barnstable
Marty Walz - 8th Suffolk
William Greene - 22nd Middlesex
Demetrius Atsalis - 2nd Barnstable
Question #1 - Repeal of State Income Tax
Question #3 - Ban of Dog Racing
The repeal of the state income tax
would cut $12.7 billion or 40% of the
state budget revenue. The result would
be a loss of state aid to cities and
towns and higher property taxes
If approved, Question #3 would cause
over 1,000 workers at Massachusetts
dog tracks to lose their jobs.
Vote No on Question #1
Susan Fargo
2
Stan Rosenberg
Hampshire Franklin
Anne Gobi - 5th Worcester
Michael Rodrigues - 8th Bristol
www.NoQuestion1.com
Vote No on Question #3
www.protectdogsandjobs.org
THE
Boston
Carmen
3

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