Anna Callahan for
Fighting for our rights in the 34th Middlesex.
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Join us as we build a campaign to fight for our rights — to health care as a human right, to housing as a human right, and to a healthy planet.
Most elected officials “listen to their constituents” by holding office hours, but they never hear from the 80% of people in their district who are not already engaged in the political process. We’re excited about having Anna in the state house because of her deep commitment to reaching out to those least involved and whose needs are not being met.
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Rent and housing prices are skyrocketing. The solution is to fight for safe, liveable, and affordable housing as a human right.
We must take bold action to shift away from fossil fuels. A Massachusets Green New Deal must ensure a just transition to renewable energy, and that we don’t leave workers or marginalized communities behind.
Health care is a human right. Under a Medicare for All-type system, all state residents would be covered for all medical services; no premiums, no deductibles, no copays.
Transportation for All
Free public transportation would help alleviate our traffic problems and move us in the right direction on climate change.
Safety for All
We must ensure that all of our neighbors are protected from discrimination, receive due process, and have a voice to speak up for their rights.
The Massachusetts State House is the least transparent of any State House in the country. Anna will fight to make all votes public and she will sign the Voters Deserve to Know pledge.
Anna will represent the needs of those currently under-served by our government, including the LGBTQ community, people of color, people of all religions, differently abled people, the homeless, seniors, young people, renters, low income people, and many more.
Anna Callahan is a mom and software engineer dedicated to addressing the root problems in our State House. What is preventing us from passing legislation that is wildly popular among the residents of Massachusetts?
Anna moved to Somerville in 2003 and fell in love with the neighborhood. She became politically involved during the 2016 presidential election. In 2017 she spearheaded The Incorruptibles which trains grassroots groups and candidates in a new model of political organizing. She also runs a podcast about Massachusetts state politics.
Anna understands that health care, affordable housing, and averting a climate catastrophe are not “nice to haves” — we need more people at the state level who understand the urgency of these issues. Anna will fight for our rights while building the movement we need to get real change in our state.
Paid for by the Committee To Elect Anna Callahan.