Our Revolution Medford Announces Endorsements for City Council and School Committee

Medford, Massachusetts — August 14, 2019

Our Revolution Medford, a community organizing group made up of Medford residents, is pleased to announce that we are endorsing four candidates for City Council and three candidates for School Committee for the 2019 Municipal Elections.

For City Council:

Zac Bears (Website | Facebook)
Steve Collicelli (Website | Facebook)
Nicole Morell (Website | Facebook)
Curtis Tuden (Website | Facebook)

For School Committee:

Jenny Graham (Website | Facebook)
Mea Mustone (Website)
Paul Ruseau (Website | Facebook)

All of these candidates signed on to the Medford People’s Platform and our Candidate Agreement, and went through the Our Revolution Medford endorsement process, including a candidate interview and a vote of our membership.

Send us a message at ourrevolutionmedford@gmail.com if you’d like to join the campaign committee that will coordinate support for the entire slate of candidates! We’ll be posting canvassing events soon.

If you sign on to the Medford People’s Platform as a resident, we’ll be in touch to engage you further in campaign activities this summer and fall.

ALSO, SAVE THE DATE for Tuesday, September 17th to get out and vote for these candidates in the preliminary election! If this preliminary election is cancelled, we will post more information (the final confirmation that the preliminary will occur may be as late as Friday, September 13).

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