DA O'Keefe Announces Endorsement of Beth Lindstrom for U.S. Senate

"Beth Lindstrom is our best chance in defeating Senator Warren for re-election."
Beth Lindstrom, Republic primary candidate for US Senate (Courtesy of the Lindstrom campaign)

Needham, MA –  Michael O'Keefe, the district attorney for the Cape & Islands, today announced his endorsement of Beth Lindstrom for U.S. Senate, citing her conservative record and her strong support for the men and women of law enforcement.

Michael O'Keefe said, "I have known Beth Lindstrom for many years. She is a friend who shares our conservative values. She cares deeply about Massachusetts and where we are headed as a state and a country. Beth opposes sanctuary cities, will fight for lower taxes and less regulation. She will support the men and women of law enforcement in carrying out their jobs. I respect all three candidates in the Republican Primary election, but Beth Lindstrom is our best chance in defeating Senator Warren for re-election."

Beth Lindstrom said, "I have great respect and appreciation for the job that law enforcement does. Recent events have reminded us of the sacrifices that you make to keep the rest of us safe. As a candidate for U.S. Senate, I am proud to receive this endorsement from District Attorney Michael O'Keefe, and ready to partner with him to keep our Commonwealth safe."

District Attorney Michael O'Keefe has been prosecuting cases for over thirty years. He is a member of the Federal-State Anti-Terrorism Task Force. He was awarded the Medal of Merit for Bravery while with the Dennis Police Department. 

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