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Binienda Lands Endorsement from Laborers

Saturday, September 29, 2012

 

State Representative John J. Binienda (D-Worcester) lands the endorsement of the Laborers' International Union of the North America AFL-CIO.  

Business Manager, Joseph Bonfiglio notified Binienda the Massachusetts & Northern New England Laborers’ District Council of the Laborers’ International Union of North America, AFL-CIO have endorsed his candidacy for re-election to the 17th Worcester District today.

Mr. Bonfiglio reason for the endorsement was Binienda's “tireless advocacy of issues and protections benefiting working class families has been commendable, and we are confident that your passion and commitment to these issues will best service the interests of our members and all hard working men and women in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.”

Representative Binienda said in a release “I am proud to receive this important endorsement from the working men and women of Massachusetts. I am also proud to represent and support their efforts, as I have done in the past, and will continue to vote for labor in the future.”

 

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