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LeBoeuf Announces Campaign for State Rep of 17th Worcester District

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

 

David LeBoeuf

Democrat David LeBoeuf has announced the kickoff for his campaign to become state representative of the 17th Worcester District.

"I am looking forward to going to the State House to champion efforts to support our public school students because I know that we have a wealth of talent in this district that is overlooked. I am excited to continue fighting to keep seniors and working families in their homes because people deserve both economic security and the ability to live in a community they love. Our region's success depends on entrepreneurship and I am ready to use my experience to support continued small business growth,” said LeBoeuf on his website.

LeBoeuf will host his kickoff event on Wednesday, May 23 at Livia’s Dish from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

About LeBoeuf

In 2011, LeBoeuf was appointed as the Director of the Initiative for Engaged Citizenship (IEC), a coalition of community-based organizations focused on increasing civic participation in local elections and advocating for election modernization. 

In December 2015, LeBoeuf joined the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC)—a national nonprofit research and advisory organization, and the leading authority on U.S. inner city economies and the businesses that thrive there. 

Prior to that, he worked as a Divisional Program Manager at the Innovation Institute at the Mass Tech Collaborative.

LeBoeuf is a graduate of South High School and then went to Clark University before transferring to Harvard College.

 

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