Campaign News

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Lincoln-Eliot Topping Off Ceremony

On June 12, Amy attended the Lincoln-Eliot Topping Off Ceremony. Attendees signed the last steel beam to be added to the building. Amy is grateful to everyone who played a part in this project!

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20th Anniversary of Marriage Equality

Happy Pride Month! Amy celebrated Pride and the 20th Anniversary of Marriage Equality at the annual Pride Flag Raising Ceremony at Newton City Hall on June 4.

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Green Newton’s Sustainable Street Tour

On June 2, Amy Stopped by Green Newton’s Sustainable Street Tour and met with energy coaches and homeowners discussing great ways to make my home energy efficient!

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Nonantum Village Day

Amy had a great time on June 2 at Nonantum Village Day - Terry Sauro honored Joe Prestejohn and Susan Paley for their outstanding community service and enjoyed seeing many old and new friends and dancing to the Beatles!.

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Celebrating Newton’s 150th Birthday with a pancake breakfast hosted by the Newton Fire Department

On June 2, families gathered to celebrate Newton’s 150th birthday with a pancake breakfast hosted by the Newton Fire Department with the help of Joe Prestejohn, and several Newton City Councilors

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Newton Police Officer Memorial Service

On June 2, Amy attended a very moving memorial service honoring our Newton Police Officers who lost their lives in the line of duty and those who recently departed. Following the memorial service, the Newton Police Memorial Association awarded scholarships to graduating high school students.

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Remembering Newton Veterans

On Sunday, May 26, Amy was honored to participate in services remembering Newton veterans who served to protect and defend our freedom.

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Memorial Day Parade

Amy enjoyed seeing so many people honoring our veterans at the Memorial Day parade on Sunday, May 26.

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Governor Healey

On May 24, Amy enjoyed listening to Governor Healey speak to environmentalists last night about the Administration’s work to combat climate change.

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Waban Village Day

It was great catching up with friends and neighbors at Waban Village Day.

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Amy takes part in ATASK 5K

On Saturday, May 16, Amy joined the Organization of Chinese Americans - Asian Pacific American Advocates - NE team to support the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence (ATASK) at its annual 5K in South Boston. ATASK is a leader in empowering Asian survivors of domestic violence and abuse.

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CAAN Forum

Amy was honored to take part in the Chinese American Association of Newton’s (CAAN) Candidate Forum on Wednesday, May 15. During the event, she had the opportunity to listen to the concerns that are most important to our Asian American residents, ranging from education and environmental issues to the empowerment of the AAPI community.

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AAPI Heritage Festival

On May 10, Amy participated in Newton's 1st annual Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Festival. She challenged attendees to remember the sacrifices and contributions Asian Americans have made to our nation.

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Understanding Our Differences Benefit

On May 9, Amy attended the UOD event, Moving Forward Together, where she spent time with UOD honoree Susan Paley and Jeff Herrmann. She also connected with Mayor Ruthanne Fuller and Barb Day.

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Cabot Park Village

On May 9, Amy met with seniors at Cabot Park Village, where she spoke to their concerns about housing, public transit, criminal justice reform, and retiree benefits.

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Newton Serves

On May 5, Amy helped residents clean up Bullough's Pond.

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AAPI month activities

Amy joined members of the New England Chinese American Alliance's relay marathon run to help celebrate the AAPI Month.

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Kickoff to AAPI month

To kick off Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Amy attended the Asian American Commission's annual Unity Dinner held at UMASS Boston. 

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Amy has been endorsed!

State Treasurer Deb Goldberg added to Amy's list of endorsers! Check out the complete list of her endorsers here.

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Amy endorsed again! 

Amy was publically endorsed by retired officer Lieutenant Bruce Apotheker and former Ward 6 Councilor John Rice.

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Officially on the Ballot

As of April 9, 2024, and thanks to our community members' support, Amy is officially on the ballot for the 13th Middlesex District for State Representative. 

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Amy was endorsed by Marian Mandell

Amy visits with 90-year-old endorser Marian Mandell on her birthday.

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Youth Engagement

Amy visits with BSA Troop 182G to engage the youth in the political process. 

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Interfaith Ramadan Event

Newton’s Muslim residents hosted a community-wide interfaith Ramadan event, for the first time in the City's history, to celebrate mulit-culturalism and strengthen bonds of friendship citywide. Amy was honored to attend.

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Kickoff Party!

We had a lovely kickoff party!

Where: Bocca Bella Cafe & Bistro, 442 Lexington St

When: Saturday, March 23, 2:30-4:00PM

What: Bring yourself and some registered Newton voter friends!  Click the picture to register.

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Dems Brunch

On Sunday, March 10, Amy spoke at the annual Newton and Brookline Democratic City Committee brunch. Federal, state, and local elected officials came together to unify the party for the upcoming presidential election. 

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Amy is collecting signatures!

It's official - Amy has pulled nomination papers and is off gathering signatures for her run as a candidate for State Representative of the 11th Middlesex District

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Newton News YouTube Channel

Amy Sangiolo Runs for State Rep. for the 11th Middlesex District

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NewTV

Common Ground with Ken Parker

Who does Ken Parker think will become the next Middlesex 11th State Rep? “I think that’s Amy’s seat.” 

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