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David Biele Earns Key Labor Endorsements; United Steelworkers Local 12003 and Boston Carmen’s Union Back Campaign for State Representative

 SOUTH BOSTON  David Biele, a lifelong South Boston resident and local attorney running in the Democratic Primary for State Representative, has earned more key labor endorsements in his campaign for State Representative for the 4th Suffolk District.  Biele, a leader in many South Boston community-based organizations, has continued winning strong support from organized labor, including recent endorsements from Ironworkers Local 7, Laborers Local 223, and IBEW Local 2222.

Last week, Biele stood with Boston Gas Workers during their lockout and has been standing in solidarity with organized labor.

Biele said, “I am honored to have the strong support of these local unions in my campaign for State Representative.  There is no one who will fight harder for working families than I will, and it is an incredible boost to have their support in our campaign.”

He continued, “Growing up in a union family taught me the value of hard work, quality jobs, and community engagement.  As your State Representative, I will be a strong voice for organized labor, supporting job creation and economic opportunity in our neighborhoods, standing up for retirees, investing in our public schools, supporting our seniors and veterans, and giving the community a strong voice in government.”

Biele is a lifelong resident of South Boston where he has been deeply engaged with local community-based programs.  He serves as a board member of the South Boston Boys & Girls Club and has spent many years mentoring local youth through the TEAM Mentoring Program at the Labouré Center.  He is also actively involved with the South Boston Special Kids and Young Adults.  

Biele was a longtime staffer to Nick Collins in his State Representative Office, working on policy, legislation, and constituent services.  He is a graduate of Boston Latin School, Boston College, and Boston College Law School.

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