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NEW: Grossman Endorsed by MA Coalition for Social Justice

Friday, June 06, 2014

 

Steve Grossman

The Coalition for Social Justice, a grassroots organization dedicated to “progressive social change,” today endorsed State Treasurer Steve Grossman for Governor of Massachusetts.

“Steve Grossman has demonstrated a strong commitment to working families through his family business and the policies he has supported as treasurer,” said Deb Fastino, Executive Director of the Coalition for Social Justice. “He practices what he preaches and as a result has earned the endorsement of the Coalition for Social Justice.”

“I’m deeply grateful to earn the support of the Coalition for Social Justice,” said Grossman, who became state treasurer in 2011 after a  career as a small business owner and political activist “Together, we stand with Massachusetts workers and their families and share a vision to build One Commonwealth that levels the playing field and leaves no one behind.”

 

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