2018 Clean Water Candidates in Massachusetts

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When you go to the polls, be sure to choose candidates who will fight for clean water, clean air and healthy communities. Session after session, the Massachusetts legislature punts when it could kick a field goal for clean energy and environmental justice. Meanwhile, we’re fighting to prevent backsliding in the US Congress every day. Your vote can make the difference between electing legislators who fight for a healthy future and stable climate or maintain the status quo. Climate change is not going to wait for Beacon Hill or Congress to take baby steps.  Clean Water Action has endorsed candidates who represent the environment and will protect Massachusetts.  

U.S. Congress

3rd Congressional (Lawrence, Haverhill, Lowell)

Barbara L’Italien

State Senate

1st Worcester (Worcester, Boylston, Holden)

Sen. Harriette Chandler

Cape and Islands (Brewster, Barnstable, Provincetown)

Sen. Julian Cyr

1st Middlesex (Groton, Westford, Lowell)

John Drinkwater

Middlesex and Worcester (Acton, Boxborough, Stow, Littleton, and Marlboro)

Sen. Jamie Eldridge

5th Middlesex (Malden, Reading, and Melrose)

Sen. Jason Lewis

State House

25th (Middlesex, Cambridge)

Rep. Marjorie Decker

8th Essex (Marblehead)

Rep. Lori Ehrlich

23rd Middlesex (Arlington)

Rep. Sean Garballey

14th Middlesex (Acton, Carlisle, Concord)

Tami Gouveia

2nd (Bristol, Attleboro)

Rep. Jim Hawkins

4th Worcester, (Leominster)

Rep. Natalie Higgins

17th Worcester (Worcester and Leicester)

David LeBoeuf

2nd Hampshire (Easthampton and Hadley)

Marie McCourt

3rd Plymouth (Hingham, Cohasset)

Rep. Joan Meschino

18th Essex (Andover, North Andover)

Tram Nguyen

15th (Norfolk, Brookline)

Tommy Vitolo