The Ward 4 Dems Unanimously Endorse John Moran for the State Legislature

The members of the Ward 4 Committee voted to endorse John Moran‘s candidacy for the Massachusetts House of Representatives (9th Suffolk) at their May 16th meeting. John is running unopposed for the seat vacated by current Massachusetts Secretary of Veterans’ Affairs Jon Santiago.

Members spoke highly of John’s deep commitment to the community, his proven record across several business sectors, and his strong advocacy for LGBTQ+ rights. At a previous meeting, City Councilor Tania Anderson highlighted John’s collaborative skills, particularly in working toward solutions for housing displacement.

After receiving word of the endorsement, John enthused, “I’m honored to earn the support of Ward 4 Democrats. The Ward 4 Democrats are some of the hardest working volunteers in our community. I look forward to working hand in hand with them to deliver on a vision to bring about better days for all in the 9th Suffolk district.”

As do we, John!

The Special Election for the 9th (and 10th) Suffolk seats is coming up on May 30th.

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