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The Springfield Republican

Newspaper
 

"Swan, Jr., offers a fresh face to the political scene. The connection with his father could be useful in Boston, but while the candidate acknowledges that political reality with pride in the family political name, he is campaigning on his own merit and a resume that makes him the choice of The Republican for the Democratic preliminary on Thursday, Sept. 8."

ENDORSEMENTS

Representative Benjamin Swan

State Representative; legendary activist for freedom, justice, and the disenfranchised; proud father of the candidate

Representative Benjamin Swan

State Representative; legendary activist for freedom, justice, and the disenfranchised; proud father of the candidate

Sophia Jeffrey

Community Activist
 

“I’ve known Ben Jr. for many years and have watched him grow
into the capable and committed man he is today. I know he’ll fight
for the needs of our community, especially seniors.”

Councilor E. Henry Twiggs

Springfield Ward 4 City Councelor; Democratic Party City Committee Chair of the

“Ben Swan Jr. has the understanding, temperament, and passion
to represent not just my ward but every Ward in our district. I’m proud to support him..”

Walter Kroll

WSmall Business Owner

 

“I’ve worked with Ben Jr. in our neighborhood for over a decade. I’m proud to call him a neighbor and friend. He’s served selflessly and genuinely to make things better in the community. After years as
a registered Republican, I’ve become Unenrolled to be able to cast a vote for Ben because I know he will be a Rep. that will stand up for every resident of his district.”

Bernard McClusky and Milton Jones
Honored Veterans

“We are proud to support Ben Swan Jr. Having lost a brother to war, he won’t forget the men and women who have served our country, and we know he will bring the concerns of veterans with him to Boston.”
Massachusetts Organization of State Engineers and Scientists (MOSES)
Professional employee union that represents the 3,400 technical, engineering and scientific employees of 29 different agencies of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts including the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation
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