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"With her demonstrated effectiveness as a City Councilor and her history of providing outstanding constituent services, Amy will be the best possible successor to Representative Kay Khan."

Steve Grossman, former state treasurer & Dr. barbara grossman, Tufts University

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“Amy will do a superb job as our next state representative. She is passionate, tenacious, and has a proven track record of service to our city. Please join me in voting for Amy!”

Marc laredo, city Council President

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“I worked with Amy for 8 years on the Newton City Council and I’m excited about her candidacy because she brings passion, commitment, and hard work to the campaign. Amy was always someone I could discuss issues with and her insights helped make me smarter. Her communication with colleagues and constituents was thorough, and she had the interpersonal skills to understand when to push, when to back off, and when to close the deal. She’ll deliver for her constituents because she’ll work well with colleagues. It’s often the soft skills that make the difference, and Amy has them.”

David Kalis, city council vice president

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"I've known Amy for 30 years as a committed advocate for our community. Amy supports affordable housing, recognizes arts and culture as a key component and economic engine for our city and the state, and will support greater investment in programs and services to help with mental health and addiction challenges."

Andrea Kelley, Ward 3 City Councilor

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"I served with Amy for 20 years on the Board of Aldermen/City Council. I can honestly say that no one worked harder on behalf of the people of Newton during those years. She clearly understood the importance of doing her homework on the issues and the need to represent all her constituents. She was always willing to listen to different points of view and treated everyone with the respect they deserve from a public official. I am proud to call her my friend, I am proud to support her for State Representative and I know she will be an outstanding successor to Kay Khan."

Lenny Gentile, Ward 4 city Councilor

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"I’ve known Amy for many years and am confident that she will be a passionate advocate for us at the state house as she has been for us here in Newton."

Susan Paley, Lifelong Resident of Newton

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"Amy is a proven leader who is well-informed about the impacts of climate change and the protection of our natural resources. Her unwavering commitment to advocate for a rapid transition to clean energy solutions will make her an effective champion for our environment at the State House. That is why I am proud to endorse her campaign for State Representative."

Marcia Cooper, Environmental activist

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"Amy Sangiolo is uniquely qualified to serve as a state legislator. As a former elected official in the city of Newton, she understands the functioning of municipal government. In her current role working in the Attorney General’s office, she responds to citizens across the Commonwealth seeking assistance in resolving problems that impede upon their ability to access necessary services such as adequate housing. From these vantage points she will bring knowledge that will enable her to participate in discussions that lead to policies and laws that impact upon and improve the lives of citizens across the Commonwealth as well as offer guidance on how they can best be implemented at the local level."

Josephine McNeil, Co-Chair, Uniting citizens for affordable housing in Newton

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"Please accept this official letter of endorsement on behalf of the Newton Police Association for your candidacy to be elected as state representative. Your dedicated service and outstanding contributions to the City of Newton and its citizens reflects your civic commitment. You have proven time and again that you not only understand the needs of the residents of this great city, but also that you will work tirelessly to make sure that those needs are met. The Newton Police Association can attest to the outstanding services you have provided this city, and we are proud to stand with you as you seek election to the 11th Middlesex District House seat."

President john panica, newton police association

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"Newton Firefighters Association Local 863 has unanimously voted to endorse Amy Sangiolo for Massachusetts State Representative. Amy is a past member of the Newton City Council and has been a dear friend and ally of the Newton Firefighters for over 20 years. On the local level, Amy has always been there for the Newton Firefighter’s and is ready to get work done for us whenever we call, and we know she will bring that same success to the Massachusetts House of Representatives. She has a great understanding of the issues relevant to firefighters at the local level, as well as how a representative of the house can be a stronger advocate for these issues. We are confident that Amy will work tirelessly to protect our benefits and healthcare, push for more funding for our local departments, and make sure our members have the safety and training that they need."

President Marc Rizza, Newton FireFighters Association local 863

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"The Sierra Club is proud to endorse Amy as a candidate for the Massachusetts House of Representatives. With her rich background in environmental law and her extensive experience in legislative work with key national organizations, Amy Sangiolo has demonstrated her passion for protecting the planet by supporting a wide range of ecological reform initiatives, including environmental protection, affordable housing, and other progressive issues. She shows unwavering dedication to the communities she serves and acts on a platform of transparency, accountability, and constituent service."

political committee chair celia doremus, Massachusetts sierra club

We are strongly supporting

Amy for State Representative!

Dozens of local leaders are standing together!

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Deborah Goldberg

State Treasurer

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Lisle Baker

council President Emeritus

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Alison Leary

Ward 1 City Councilor

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John Oliver

Ward 1 City Councilor

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Pam Wright

Ward 3 City council0r

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Julia Anne Malakie

Ward 3 City CounCilor

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Alan Lobovits

Ward 6 City Councilor

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TARIK LUCAS

WARD 2 CITY COUNCILOR

Current Elected Officials

  • Deborah Goldberg, State Treasurer

  • Marc Laredo, City Council President

  • David Kalis, City Council Vice President

  • Lisle Baker, City Council President Emeritus

  • Alison Leary, Ward 1 City Councilor

  • John Oliver, Ward 1 City Councilor

  • Tarik Lucas, Ward 2 City Councilor

  • David Micley, Ward 2 City Councilor

  • Andrea Kelley, Ward 3 City Councilor

  • Julia Malakie, Ward 3 City Councilor

  • Pam Wright, Ward 3 City Councilor

  • Lenny Gentile, Ward 4 City Councilor

  • Josh Krintzman, Ward 4 City Councilor

  • Randy Block, Ward 4 City Councilor

  • Rena Getz, Ward 5 City Councilor

  • Alan Lobovits, Ward 6 City Councilor

  • Stephen Farrell, Ward 8 City Councilor

  • Rajeev Parlikar, Ward 1 School Committee

  • Anping Shen, Ward 3 School Committee

  • Emily Prenner, Ward 5 School Committee

  • Paul Levy, Ward 6 School Committee

Former Elected Officials

  • Steve Grossman, State Treasurer and Chairman of the Democratic National Committee

  • Michael Malec, President of the Newton Board Aldermen

  • John A. Businger, State Representative

  • Peter Harrington, State Representative

  • Bob Gerst, Ward 1 Alderman

  • Steve Linsky, Ward 2 Alderman

  • Paul Snyder, Ward 3 Alderman

  • Barbara Brousal Glaser, Ward 3 Alderman

  • Jay Harney, Ward 4 City Councilor

  • Chris Markiewicz, Ward 4 City Councilor

  • John Stewart, Ward 4 Alderman

  • John Rice, Ward 5 City Councilor

  • Dick Blazar, Ward 6 Alderman

  • Ken Parker, Ward 6 Alderman

  • Margaret Albright, School Committee

  • Richard Alfred, School Committee

  • Matt Hills, School Committee

  • Peter Karg, Election Commissioner

Community Endorsers

  • Bruce Apotheker, Retired Newton Police Lieutenant
  • Tyrone Powell, Retired Newton Police Officer
  • Ralph Abele
  • Mark Alpert
  • Terry Altherr
  • Jeffrey Armstrong
  • Susan Blandy
  • Melissa Brown
  • Nancy Brown
  • Al Calderone
  • Betty Chan
  • Stella Chin
  • Allan Cole
  • Alison Conant
  • Marcia Cooper
  • Ann Cornaro
  • Chuck Cossaboom
  • Dana D'Agostino
  • Rose Day
  • Allyson Donohoe
  • Beverly Droz 
  • Thomas Droz
  • Shelah Feiss
  • Howard Fineman
  • Kevin Fitzgerald
  • Susan Fitzgerald
  • Sally Fleschner
  • Cheryl Forte
  • Gita Foster
  • Jane Frantz
  • Jeremy Freudberg
  • Carolyn Gabbay
  • Rich Gallogly
  • Lori Gans
  • Steve Gans
  • Gloria Gavris
  • Nate Gibson
  • Ellie Goldberg
  • Maureen Grace
  • Ricky Greenly
  • Rob Greenly
  • Kathleen Grieser
  • Ted Gross
  • Dr. Barbara W. Grossman
  • Martha Harney
  • John Haworth
  • Kate Haworth
  • Lois Hecht
  • Jeff Hecht
  • David Hedison
  • Susannah Heschel
  • Nancy Horwitz
  • Julie Jakubowski
  • Barbara John
  • Bonnie Katz
  • Diane Kemsley
  • Allison Kessler
  • Meryl Kessler
  • Anna King
  • Mitchell King
  • Carol Krems
  • Ken Krems
  • Ted Kuklinski
  • Kathy Laufer
  • Doris Lewis
  • Fred Lewis
  • Mary Lewis
  • Janet Linder
  • Jack Lovett
  • Arlene Lowney
  • Myrna Malec
  • Elaine Mandell
  • Marian Mandell
  • Rona Mayor 
  • Joan McGrath
  • Josephine McNeil
  • Carie Michael
  • David Michael
  • Karen Mondell
  • Natalie Moran
  • Naomi Myrvaagnes
  • Audrey Paek
  • Martin Paley
  • Susan Paley
  • Amanda Park
  • Nathan Persampieri
  • Bob Persons
  • Chris Pitts
  • Maria Plati
  • Lionel Porter
  • Jack Porter
  • Arrianna Proia
  • Chuck Proia
  • Daniel Proskauer
  • Rebecca Proskauer
  • Lynne White Robbins
  • Rachel Rosenbaum
  • Linda Ross
  • Gary Rucinski
  • Lisa Rucinski
  • Bill Sage
  • Monica Sangiolo
  • Sharon Sasanow
  • Matt Selig
  • Joel Shames
  • Lynn Slobodin
  • Dale Smith
  • Dena Snyder
  • Charlie Stover
  • Kit Stover
  • Ruhina Tahir
  • Irene Tanzman
  • Janet Taylor
  • Tammy Tsikar
  • Jane Walsh
  • Keith Worthley
  • Rose Yesu