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Candidate questionnaire: Anna Callahan for state rep in the 34th Middlesex

It’s important for elected officials to engage people in the political process. Ideally, this is through live listening events where members of different communities get to talk about how policy affects their lives. COVID-19 made that impossible, so Anna invited members of the community and experts to join her on Solidarity LIVE to engage in the discussion of problems and solutions for our community.

The Incorruptibles Train Activists in New England To Run For Office

Anna Callahan walking with three other women, all holding folders
Nichole Mossalam, Heather May, Michelle Mullet, and Anna Callahan, part of a self-described loose coalition of candidates looking to bring a progressive “new guard” wave to the House, all picked up nomination papers to challenge incumbent representatives.

Listen to Anna dig into the root of the problems at the State House through interviews with progressive state reps and organizations who are working to fight the concentration of power at the State House.

Why run for State Rep? Anna Callahan Incorruptible Massachusetts

  1. Why run for State Rep? Anna Callahan
  2. Solidarity Economy: Envisioning an economy that works for all of us
  3. Public Banking: How our State House power structure kills no-brainer solutions
  4. The Case for Medicare for All in Massachusetts — Mass-Care and Healthcare Now
  5. Sierra Club & 350 Mass: Can Massachusetts lead in climate policy?

The Incorruptibles

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The progressive movement won’t be won by having more money or newer technology. It will be won by using the absolute best practices in organizing that mobilize the majority of people into a true grassroots revolution.

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Anna Callahan speaking into a megaphone to a group of Bernie Sanders supporters
BOSTON, MA – FEBRUARY 15: People listen to Anna Callahan during a rally for Bernie Sanders along Tremont St. at Boston Common February 15, 2020 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Chris Christo/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)