Endorsements for John Mahoney Continue to Come In with Primary on the Horizon

Candidate for Plymouth and Barnstable State Senate seat...
John Mahoney (D-Plymouth) is a candidate to succeed State Senator Vinny deMacedo (Courtesy photo)

Plymouth- John Mahoney (D-Plymouth) running for State Senate in the Plymouth and Barnstable District has received numerous endorsements over the last few weeks that includes the Professional Fire Fighters of Massachusetts.

"The working families of Plymouth, Kingston, Pembroke, Falmouth, Sandwich, and Bourne deserve a State Senator that supports their family and economic interests." The letter reads, " Plymouth Fire Local 1768 speak highly of the relationship they share with you as a Plymouth Selectman, and we look forward to furthering that relationship after you are elected as the next State Senator of the Plymouth and Barnstable District." - Rich MacKinnon Jr. President of the Professional Fire Fighters of Massachusetts.

“This is truly an honor, I look forward to the final week of the primary” Mahoney said, “We truly are a campaign for working people!”

This sentiment has been echoed by both Senator Paul Feeney and Representative Jim Hawkins who both have come to support Mr. Mahoney.

Additional endorsements released by the Mahoney Campaign include the New England Regional Council of Carpenters Local 346, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 2222, Sheet Metal Workers International Association Local 17, SEIU 509, and Massachusetts Voters for Animals.

 


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