January 19, 2016/Dispatch

This Week: MassDems Leadership Earns No. 1 National Ranking


As a result of MassDems leadership’s strategic investments in our economy, Bloomberg Business has named Massachusetts the most innovative state in the country. Read more here

The Democratic Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a law meant to help former inmates get back on their feet when they are released. Read more here

Our Democratic Congressional delegation brought some very special guests to President Obama’s last State of the Union address, including Congressman Seth Moulton, who brought Ahmad Alkhalaf – a 9-year old Syrian refugee. Read more here



Just days after Bloomberg named Massachusetts the top innovation state in the country, Gov. Baker slashed critical funding to keep us a national leader. Gov. Baker cut a total of $50 million from the budget, including areas important to job creation and economic development. Read more here

Despite his hometown, former employer and favorite sports teams joining the ranks of Democratic leaders supporting a push for the Transgender Public Accommodations bill, Gov. Baker continues to lead from behind – unwilling to fully reverse his 2010 stance against the legislation. Read more here


Party Building

We know Republican Super PACs are spending tens of millions of dollars of outside money across the country to try and buy elections, and they’re now targeting legislative races in Massachusetts. We also know the best way to fight back against outside money is building a strong grassroots organization for our Democratic Party.

Getting involved at the local, state or national level is a great way to help promote our Democratic values.

Please see all of the options you have to deepen your involvement in the Party.

Democratic State Committee 

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Democratic National Committee Convention 

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Our caucuses

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