FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 3, 2013
YOUNG DEMOCRATS OF MASSACHUSETTS’ WOMEN’S CAUCUS HOSTS EVENT TO KICK-OFF 2014!
Guests to gather for keynote speakers, special guests, refreshments, and caucus elections
Please join the Young Democrats of Massachusetts’ Women’s Caucus for an evening of food, drinks, and speakers in the spirit of promoting women in politics and public policy. We are gearing up for a busy 2014 in Massachusetts politics!
Tuesday December 3rd, 2013
“The Place” 2 Broad St. Boston*
Charlotte Golar Richie: Former Boston mayoral candidate, Former Democratic State Representative
Dan Cullinane: State Representative (D-Dorchester) 12th District
Martha Coakley: Massachusetts Attorney General, Democratic Candidate for Governor
Special guests include:
State Representative Jay Livingstone, Former At-Large Boston City Council Candidate Annissa Essaibi-George, Democratic Candidate for Attorney General Maura Healey, Member of the Governor’s Council Eileen Duff, Democratic Candidate for State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg, Founder of “Why I am a Democrat” Hannah Banks
And staff representing:
MassEquality, Don Berwick for Governor, Steve Grossman for Governor, Barry Finegold for Treasurer, Boston NOW, NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts, State Rep. Paul Heroux, Planned Parenthood Massachusetts, Emerge, The Office of the Governor…and many more!
Tuesday night will also serve as the Women’s Caucus 2013 elections – YDM members from around the Commonwealth will be elected for leadership positions within the Caucus: Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer – so you don’t want to miss out! Interested in running? Reach out to YDM Vice Chair Tina Stanton.
*Food and space has been generously donated by The Place!
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ABOUT: The Young Democrats of Massachusetts is a partisan political organization with over 3,000 members mobilized to create positive change across the Commonwealth. “Our members are the leaders of today: Democrats under the age of 36 committed to getting Democrats elected and promoting progressive legislation. We are the future: now.”