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The 2020 United States Senate election in Massachusetts was held on November 3, 2020, to elect a member of the United States Senate to represent the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, concurrently with the 2020 U.S. presidential election, as well as elections to the United States Senate in other states, elections to the United States House of Representatives and various state and local elections. On September 1, incumbent Senator Ed Markey defeated U.S. Representative Joe Kennedy III in a competitive primary for the Democratic nomination and Kevin O'Connor defeated Shiva Ayyadurai for the Republican nomination. Markey went on to win the general election with 66.2% of the vote, and was thus re-elected to a second full term in a landslide.

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  • The 2020 United States Senate election in Massachusetts was held on November 3, 2020, to elect a member of the United States Senate to represent the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, concurrently with the 2020 U.S. presidential election, as well as elections to the United States Senate in other states, elections to the United States House of Representatives and various state and local elections. On September 1, incumbent Senator Ed Markey defeated U.S. Representative Joe Kennedy III in a competitive primary for the Democratic nomination and Kevin O'Connor defeated Shiva Ayyadurai for the Republican nomination. Markey went on to win the general election with 66.2% of the vote, and was thus re-elected to a second full term in a landslide. (en)
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  • ;Vice Presidents * Al Gore, 45th Vice President of the United States , U.S. Senator from Tennessee ;U.S. Senators * Cory Booker, U.S. Senator from New Jersey * Catherine Cortez Masto, U.S. Senator from Nevada and Chair of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee * Dick Durbin, U.S. Senator from Illinois and Senate Minority Whip * Joe Manchin, U.S. Senator from West Virginia * Chuck Schumer, U.S. Senator from New York and Senate Minority Leader * Jeanne Shaheen, U.S. Senator from New Hampshire * Elizabeth Warren, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts and former 2020 presidential candidate ;U.S. Representatives * Bill Keating, U.S. Representative * Joe Kennedy III, U.S. Representative * Ro Khanna, U.S. Representative * Richard Neal, U.S. Representative * Stephen F. Lynch, U.S. Representative * Carolyn Maloney, U.S. Representative and Chair of the House Oversight Committee * Jim McGovern, U.S. Representative and Chair of the House Rules Committee * Jerry Nadler, U.S. Representative and Chair of the House Judiciary Committee * Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, U.S. Representative * Lori Trahan, U.S. Representative ;Statewide politicians * Suzanne M. Bump, 22nd Massachusetts State Auditor and former State Representative and state Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development * Michael Dukakis, 1988 Democratic Presidential Nominee, 65th and 67th Governor of Massachusetts * Steven Grossman, 57th Treasurer and Receiver-General of Massachusetts , former National Chair of the Democratic National Committee ;State officials * James Arciero, State Representative * Brian Ashe, State Representative * Bruce Ayers, State Representative * Ruth Balser, State Representative * Christine Barber, State Representative * John Barrett, State Representative * Michael J. Barrett, State Senator * Jennifer Benson, former State Representative * Natalie Blais, State Representative * Michael Brady, State Senator * Charles Booker, Kentucky state representative and former candidate in the Democratic Party's primary for the U.S. Senate * Will Brownsberger, State Senator * Daniel Cahill, State Representative * Linda Dean Campbell, State Representative * Peter Capano, State Representative * Daniel R. Carey, State Representative * Gerard Cassidy, State Representative * Tackey Chan, State Representative * Sonia Chang-Díaz, State Senator * Michelle Ciccolo, State Representative * Jo Comerford, State Senator * Mike Connolly, State Representative * Cynthia Stone Creem, State Senator * Brendan Crighton, State Senator * Dan Cullinane, State Representative * Mark Cusack, State Representative * Josh S. Cutler, State Representative * Michael Day, State Representative * Marjorie Decker, State Representative * Bob DeLeo, Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives * Marcos Devers, State Representative * Sal DiDomenico, State Senator * Mindy Domb, State Representative * Dan Donahue, State Representative * Paul Donato, State Representative * William Driscoll, State Representative * Michelle DuBois, State Representative * Carolyn Dykema, State Representative * Lori Ehrlich, State Representative * Nika Elugardo, State Representative * James B. Eldridge, State Senator * Tricia Farley-Bouvier, State Representative * Dylan Fernandes, State Representative * Barry Finegold, State Senator * Carole Fiola, State Representative * Cindy Friedman, State Senator * William C. Galvin, State Representative * Sean Garballey, State Representative * Colleen Garry, State Representative * Carmine Gentile, State Representative * Anne Gobi, State Senator * Carlos Gonzalez, State Representative * Ken Gordon, State Representative * Tami Gouveia, State Representative * Danielle Gregoire, State Representative * Patricia Haddad, State Representative * Richard Haggerty, State Representative * Stephan Hay, State Representative * Jon Hecht, State Representative * Christopher Hendricks, State Representative * Russell Holmes, State Representative * Kevin Honan, State Representative * Natalie Higgins, State Representative * Daniel J. Hunt, State Representative * Patricia D. Jehlen, State Senator * Louis Kafka, State Representative * Mary Keefe, State Representative * John Kennan, State Senator * Ed Kennedy, State Senator * Kay Khan, State Representative * Kathleen LaNatra, State Representative * John J. Lawn, State Representative * David LeBoeuf, State Representative * Jack Patrick Lewis, State Representative * Jason Lewis, State Senator * Jay Livingstone, State Representative * David Linsky, State Representative * Joan Lovely, State Senator * Adrian Madaro, State Representative * John J. Mahoney, State Representative * Liz Malia, State Representative * Ronald Mariano, State Representative, House Majority Leader * Paul Mark, State Representative * Christopher Markey, State Representative * Joe McGonagle, State Representative * Joan Meschino, State Representative * Christina Minicucci, State Representative * Liz Miranda, State Representative * Rady Mom, State Representative * Michael O. Moore, State Senator * Frank A. Moran, State Representative * Su Moran, State Senator * Michael Moran, State Representative * James M. Murphy, State Representative * Harold Naughton, Jr., State Representative * Tram Nguyen, State Representative * Marc Pacheco, State Senator * Jerry Parisella, State Representative * Sarah Peake, State Representative * Alice Peisch, State Representative * Thomas Petrolati, State Representative * Denise Provost, State Representative * Becca Rausch, State Senator * Dave Robertson, State Representative * Maria Robinson, State Representative * Michael Rodrigues, State Senator * Dave Rogers, State Representative * John H. Rogers, State Representative * Michael F. Rush, State Senator * Daniel Joseph Ryan, State Representative * Lindsay N. Sabadosa, State Representative * Paul Schmid, State Representative * Dan Sena, State Representative * Alan Silvia, State Representative * Theodore C. Speliotis, State Representative * Karen Spilka, President of the Massachusetts Senate * Thomas Stanley, State Representative * Jose Tosado, State Representative * Paul Tucker, State Representative * Steven Ultrino, State Representative * Andy Vargas, State Representative * RoseLee Vincent, State Representative * Thomas Walsh, State Representative * James T. Welch, State Senator * Bud Williams, State Representative * Dan Wolf, former State Senator and pilot * Jonathan Zlotnik, State Representative ;Local officials * Paul A. Brodeur, Mayor of Melrose, former State Representative * Paul Heroux, Mayor of Attleboro * Stephen DiNatale, Mayor of Fitchburg * Thomas M. McGee, Mayor of Lynn * Joseph Petty, Mayor of Worcester * Joseph Curtatone, Mayor of Somerville * Gary Christenson, Mayor of Malden * Marty Walsh, Mayor of Boston * Rachael Rollins, District Attorney of Suffolk County * Kenzie Bok, Boston City Councilor * Liz Breadon, Boston City Councilor * Lydia Edwards, Boston City Councilor * Annissa Essaibi George, Boston City Councilor * Daniel E. Bosley, North Adams Fmr. State Representative * Robert Sullivan, Mayor of Brockton * Nicole LaChapelle, Mayor of Easthampton * James Fiorentini, Mayor of Haverhill * Dan Rivera, Mayor of Lawrence * Breanna Lungo-Koehn, Mayor of Medford * Donna Holaday, Mayor of Newburyport * David Narkewicz, Mayor of Northampton * Tom Bernard, Mayor of North Adams * Linda Tyer, Mayor of Pittsfield * Thomas P. Koch, Mayor of Quincy * Brian Arrigo, Mayor of Revere * Scott Galvin, Mayor of Woburn * William Sapelli, Mayor of Agawam * Roxann Wedegartner, Mayor of Greenfield * John Vieau, Mayor of Chicopee * Ricardo Arroyo, Boston City Councilor * Felix D. Arroyo, Suffolk County Register of Probate ;Individuals * Anne Cellucci Adams, daughter of former governor Paul Cellucci * Ady Barkan, health activist * Harry Belafonte, singer, songwriter, activist, and actor * Doris Bunte, first Black woman elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives * Ken Burns, filmmaker * Carmen Yulín Cruz, mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico * Michael Douglas, actor * Jane Fonda, actor and political activist * Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, marine biologist, policy expert, and conservation strategist * Tom Joyce, Washington Examiner contributor * Carole King, singer * Marlee Matlin, actress, author, and activist * Sara Nelson, union leader * Bill Owens, first Black person elected to Massachusetts State Senate * Steve Pemberton, chief human resources officer of Workhuman and former candidate for U.S. Senate * Gloria Steinem, feminist, journalist, and social political activist * Tom Steyer, hedge fund manager, liberal activist, former candidate for 2020 Democratic presidential nomination * Zephyr Teachout, law professor at Fordham University * Sheldon Lee Glashow, Sheldon Krimsky, Stuart Newman, Richard J. Roberts, Alan Robock, Frederick P. Salvucci, Elaine Scarry, Mriganka Sur, scientists and academics * Jamaal Bowman, Democratic nominee for New York's 16th congressional district * Raphael Warnock, Pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church and candidate for U. S. Senate in Georgia * Joshua Rush, actor ;Unions * AFSCME Council 93 * American Federation of Government Employees * American Federation of Teachers Massachusetts * American Postal Workers Union Local 4553 * Association of Flight Attendants-CWA * Communications Workers of America District 1 *Massachusetts Teachers Association * UNITE HERE Local 26 *United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1459 * SEIU 32BJ * SEIU 888 ;Organizations * Center for Biological Diversity * Clean Water Action * Climate Hawks Vote * Coalition for Social Justice * Council for a Livable World * Daily Kos * Demand Universal Healthcare * Democracy for America * Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee * Environment America - Massachusetts * Environment America - national * Everytown for Gun Safety * Foreign Policy for America * Future Generations * Human Rights Campaign * Humane Society of the United States Legislative Fund * Indivisible * Jewish Democratic Council of America * Joint Action Committee for Political Affairs * League of Conservation Voters * Make Room * Massachusetts Democratic Party * Massachusetts Peace Action * MoveOn * NARAL Pro-Choice America * National Association of Social Workers * National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare * NRDC Action Fund * Our Revolution Massachusetts * Peace Action * Planned Parenthood * Population Connection * Progressive Change Campaign Committee * Progressive Democrats of America * Progressive Massachusetts * Shutesbury Democratic Town Committee * Sierra Club * Sunrise Movement * Working Families Party * 350 Action ;Newspapers * The Boston Globe * Chelsea Record * Daily Hampshire Gazette * The Daily Item * Gloucester Daily Times * The Rainbow Times * The Salem News * Everett Leader Herald * Dorchester Reporter (en)
  • ;U.S. Executive Branch officials * Robert A. Sherman, former United States ambassador to Portugal * Alan Solomont, former United States ambassador to Spain and Andorra * Barry B. White, former United States ambassador to Norway ;U.S. Senators * Kyrsten Sinema, U.S. Senator from Arizona ;U.S. Representatives * Pete Aguilar, U.S. Representative * Colin Allred, U.S. Representative * Joyce Beatty, U.S. Representative * Anthony G. Brown, U.S. Representative and lawyer * Joaquin Castro, U.S. Representative and chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus * David Cicilline, U.S. Representatives and co-chair of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus * Gil Cisneros, U.S. Representative , philanthropist, and veteran * Emanuel Cleaver, U.S. Representative and United Methodist pastor * Angie Craig, U.S. Representative * Sharice Davids, U.S. Representative , attorney, and former mixed martial artist * Veronica Escobar, U.S. Representative * Adriano Espaillat, U.S. Representative * Ruben Gallego, U.S. Representative * Al Green, U.S. Representative * Raúl Grijalva, U.S. Representative * Steny Hoyer, House Majority Leader and U.S. Representative * Hakeem Jeffries, Chair of the House Democratic Caucus, U.S. Representative and attorney * Eddie Bernice Johnson, U.S. Representative and chair of the House Science Committee * Derek Kilmer, U.S. Representative and chair of the New Democrat Coalition * Ann Kirkpatrick, U.S. Representative * Joseph P. Kennedy II, U.S. Representative * Annie Kuster, U.S. Representative , author, and attorney * Conor Lamb, U.S. Representative , attorney, former federal prosecutor and former Marine * John Lewis, U.S. Representative , House Democratic Senior Chief Deputy Whip , Chair of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee * Sean Patrick Maloney, U.S. Representative and co-chair of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus * Stephanie Murphy, U.S. Representative , business consultant, and professor * Beto O'Rourke, U.S. Representative , 2020 Democratic presidential candidate * Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives and U.S. Representative * Mark Pocan, U.S. Representative , co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, and businessman * Katie Porter, U.S. Representative , law professor, and attorney * Jamie Raskin, U.S. Representative * Linda Sánchez, U.S. Representative and former labor lawyer * Adam Schiff, U.S. Representative and chair of the House Intelligence Committee * Elissa Slotkin, U.S. Representative * Norma Torres, U.S. Representative * Xochitl Torres Small, U.S. Representative and lawyer * David Trone, U.S. Representative and businessman * Lauren Underwood, U.S. Representative * Juan Vargas, U.S. Representative * Marc Veasey, U.S. Representative * Filemon Vela Jr., U.S. Representative ;Statewide politicians * Sila María Calderón, former Governor of Puerto Rico * Gabriel E. Gomez, Republican nominee in the special election in 2013 * Sharon Pollard, former Massachusetts Secretary of Energy, former mayor of Methuen and former State Senator * Bill Weld, 2020 Republican presidential candidate, former Governor of Massachusetts , Republican nominee for this seat in 1996, 2016 Libertarian Vice Presidential nominee ;State legislators * Joe Boncore, State Senator * Diana DiZoglio, State Senator * Paul Feeney, State Senator * Tom Golden, State Representative * Adam G. Hinds, State Senator * Patrick J. Kearney, State Representative *Mark Montigny, State Senator * Steve Panagiotakos, former State Senator * Jeffrey Roy, State Representative * Jon Santiago, State Representative * Chynah Tyler, State Representative ;Local politicians * Kimberley Driscoll, mayor of Salem * Raymond Mariano, former mayor of Worcester * Matt O'Malley, Boston City Councilor ;Individuals * Brent Budowsky, political opinion writer and columnist * Jason Collins, former NBA player * Tiffani Faison, chef and LGBTQ advocate * Victoria Kennedy, lawyer and widow of Ted Kennedy * Dropkick Murphys, punk rock band * Dolores Huerta, labor leader and civil rights activist * Martin Luther King III, human rights advocate and former President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference * Jim Obergefell, civil rights activist ;Labor unions * American Federation of Musicians Local 9-535 *International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers Local 7 *International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 103, 104, 1505, 223, 455, 326, 2325, 2321, 1499, 2222 *Massachusetts State Council of Machinist * International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 25 *International Union of Operating Engineers Local 4 *Laborers' International Union of Massachusetts * Massachusetts Building Trades Council *Sheet Metal Workers' International Association Local 17 *United Food and Commercial Workers Local 791 *Utility Workers Union of America Local 369 ;Newspapers * Irish Voice * The Berkshire Eagle * Springfield Republican * The Sun (en)
  • ;Statewide politicians * Charlie Baker, 72nd Governor of Massachusetts (en)
  • ;Executive officials * Al Gore, 45th Vice President of the United States , U.S. Senator from Tennessee ;U.S. Senators * Cory Booker, U.S. Senator from New Jersey * Catherine Cortez Masto, U.S. Senator from Nevada * Dick Durbin, U.S. Senator from Illinois and Senate Minority Whip * Joe Manchin, U.S. Senator from West Virginia * Chuck Schumer, U.S. Senator from New York and Senate Minority Leader * Jeanne Shaheen, U.S. Senator from New Hampshire * Elizabeth Warren, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts and former 2020 presidential candidate ;U.S. Representatives * Bill Keating, U.S. Representative * Richard Neal, U.S. Representative * Ro Khanna, U.S. Representative * Stephen F. Lynch, U.S. Representative * Carolyn Maloney, U.S. Representative and Chair of the House Oversight Committee * Jim McGovern, U.S. Representative * Jerry Nadler, U.S. Representative and Chair of the House Judiciary Committee * Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, U.S. Representative * Lori Trahan, U.S. Representative ;Statewide politicians * Suzanne M. Bump, State Auditor and former State Representative and state Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development * Michael Dukakis, 1988 Democratic Presidential Nominee, former Governor of Massachusetts * Steven Grossman, former Treasurer and Receiver-General of Massachusetts, former National Chair of the Democratic National Committee ;State officials * James Arciero, State Representative * Brian Ashe, State Representative * Bruce Ayers, State Representative * Ruth Balser, State Representative * Christine Barber, State Representative * John Barrett, State Representative * Michael J. Barrett, State Senator * Jennifer Benson, former State Representative * Natalie Blais, State Representative * Michael Brady, State Senator * Charles Booker, Kentucky state representative and former candidate in the Democratic Party's primary for the U.S. Senate * Will Brownsberger, State Senator * Daniel Cahill, State Representative * Linda Dean Campbell, State Representative * Peter Capano, State Representative * Daniel R. Carey, State Representative * Gerard Cassidy, State Representative * Tackey Chan, State Representative * Sonia Chang-Díaz, State Senator * Michelle Ciccolo, State Representative * Jo Comerford, State Senator * Mike Connolly, State Representative * Cynthia Stone Creem, State Senator * Brendan Crighton, State Senator * Dan Cullinane, State Representative * Mark Cusack, State Representative * Josh S. Cutler, State Representative * Michael Day, State Representative * Marjorie Decker, State Representative * Bob DeLeo, Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives * Marcos Devers, State Representative * Sal DiDomenico, State Senator * Mindy Domb, State Representative * Dan Donahue, State Representative * Paul Donato, State Representative * William Driscoll, State Representative * Michelle DuBois, State Representative * Carolyn Dykema, State Representative * Lori Ehrlich, State Representative * Nika Elugardo, State Representative * James B. Eldridge, State Senator * Tricia Farley-Bouvier, State Representative * Dylan Fernandes, State Representative * Barry Finegold, State Senator * Carole Fiola, State Representative * Cindy Friedman, State Senator * William C. Galvin, State Representative * Sean Garballey, State Representative * Colleen Garry, State Representative * Carmine Gentile, State Representative * Anne Gobi, State Senator * Carlos Gonzalez, State Representative * Ken Gordon, State Representative * Tami Gouveia, State Representative * Danielle Gregoire, State Representative * Patricia Haddad, State Representative * Richard Haggerty, State Representative * Stephan Hay, State Representative * Jon Hecht, State Representative * Christopher Hendricks, State Representative * Russell Holmes, State Representative * Kevin Honan, State Representative * Natalie Higgins, State Representative * Daniel J. Hunt, State Representative * Patricia D. Jehlen, State Senator * Louis Kafka, State Representative * Mary Keefe, State Representative * John Kennan, State Senator * Ed Kennedy, State Senator * Kay Khan, State Representative * Kathleen LaNatra, State Representative * John J. Lawn, State Representative * David LeBoeuf, State Representative * Jack Patrick Lewis, State Representative * Jason Lewis, State Senator * Jay Livingstone, State Representative * David Linsky, State Representative * Joan Lovely, State Senator * Adrian Madaro, State Representative * John J. Mahoney, State Representative * Liz Malia, State Representative * Ronald Mariano, State Representative, House Majority Leader * Paul Mark, State Representative * Christopher Markey, State Representative * Joe McGonagle, State Representative * Joan Meschino, State Representative * Christina Minicucci, State Representative * Liz Miranda, State Representative * Rady Mom, State Representative * Michael O. Moore, State Senator * Frank A. Moran, State Representative * Susan Moran, State Senator * Michael Moran, State Representative * James M. Murphy, State Representative * Harold Naughton, Jr., State Representative * Tram Nguyen, State Representative * Marc Pacheco, State Senator * Jerry Parisella, State Representative * Sarah Peake, State Representative * Alice Peisch, State Representative * Thomas Petrolati, State Representative * Denise Provost, State Representative * Becca Rausch, State Senator * Dave Robertson, State Representative * Maria Robinson, State Representative * Michael Rodrigues, State Senator * Dave Rogers, State Representative * John H. Rogers, State Representative * Michael F. Rush, State Senator * Daniel Joseph Ryan, State Representative * Lindsay N. Sabadosa, State Representative * Paul Schmid, State Representative * Dan Sena, State Representative * Alan Silvia, State Representative * Theodore C. Speliotis, State Representative * Karen Spilka, President of the Massachusetts Senate * Thomas Stanley, State Representative * Jose Tosado, State Representative * Paul Tucker, State Representative * Steven Ultrino, State Representative * Andy Vargas, State Representative * RoseLee Vincent, State Representative * Thomas Walsh, State Representative * James T. Welch, State Senator * Bud Williams, State Representative * Dan Wolf, former State Senator and pilot * Jonathan Zlotnik, State Representative ;Local officials * Paul A. Brodeur, Mayor of Melrose, former State Representative * Paul Heroux, Mayor of Attleboro * Stephen DiNatale, Mayor of Fitchburg * Thomas M. McGee, Mayor of Lynn * Joseph Petty, Mayor of Worcester * Joseph Curtatone, Mayor of Somerville * Gary Christenson, Mayor of Malden * Marty Walsh, Mayor of Boston * Rachael Rollins, District Attorney of Suffolk County * Kenzie Bok, Boston City Councilor * Liz Breadon, Boston City Councilor * Lydia Edwards, Boston City Councilor * Annissa Essaibi George, Boston City Councilor * Daniel E. Bosley, North Adams Fmr. State Representative * Thomas P. Koch, Mayor of Quincy * Felix D. Arroyo, Suffolk County Register of Probate ;Individuals * Ady Barkan, health activist * Harry Belafonte, singer, songwriter, activist, and actor * Doris Bunte, first Black woman elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives * Ken Burns, filmmaker * Carmen Yulín Cruz, mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico * Michael Douglas, actor * Jane Fonda, actor and political activist * Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, marine biologist, policy expert, and conservation strategist * Carole King, singer * Marlee Matlin, actress, author, and activist * Sara Nelson, union leader * Bill Owens, first Black person elected to Massachusetts State Senate * Gloria Steinem, feminist, journalist, and social political activist * Tom Steyer, hedge fund manager, liberal activist, former candidate for 2020 Democratic presidential nomination * Zephyr Teachout, law professor at Fordham University * Sheldon Lee Glashow, Sheldon Krimsky, Stuart Newman, Richard J. Roberts, Alan Robock, Frederick P. Salvucci, Elaine Scarry, Mriganka Sur, scientists and academics * Jamaal Bowman, Democratic nominee for New York's 16th congressional district * Raphael Warnock, Pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church and candidate for U. S. Senate in Georgia * Joshua Rush, actor ;Unions * AFSCME Council 93 * American Federation of Government Employees * American Federation of Teachers Massachusetts * American Postal Workers Union Local 4553 * Association of Flight Attendants-CWA * Communications Workers of America District 1 *Massachusetts Teachers Association * UNITE HERE Local 26 *United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1459 * SEIU 32BJ ;Organizations * Center for Biological Diversity * Clean Water Action * Climate Hawks Vote * Council for a Livable World * Daily Kos * Democracy for America * Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee * Environment America - Massachusetts * Environment America - national * Human Rights Campaign * Indivisible * Jewish Democratic Council of America * Joint Action Committee for Political Affairs * League of Conservation Voters * Massachusetts Democratic Party * Massachusetts Peace Action * MoveOn * NARAL Pro-Choice America * National Association of Social Workers * National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare * NRDC Action Fund * Our Revolution Massachusetts * Peace Action * Planned Parenthood * Population Connection * Progressive Change Campaign Committee * Progressive Democrats of America * Sierra Club * Sunrise Movement * Working Families Party * 350 Action ;Newspapers * The Boston Globe * Daily Hampshire Gazette * The Daily Item * Gloucester Daily Times * The Salem News (en)
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