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IBEW, Local 103 endorses Erin Murphy for Boston City Council-at-Large

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The electricians have endorsed Erin Murphy to serve as an At-Large Boston City Councilor, citing Erin’s commitment to growing the middle class by creating and preserving good, well-paying jobs in every neighborhood.

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 103 gave its official backing to Erin’s campaign as it develops tremendous momentum a few short months before the September preliminary election.

“Erin shares our values and believes in our mission to provide Greater Boston’s developers with the best trained, most efficient, safest electricians and telecommunications specialists, while fostering our Union’s values of economic fairness, equal opportunity and charitable giving in the communities we work, live and raise our families. ” said Lou Antonellis, Business Manager/Financial Secretary for the IBEW Local 3. “We can’t think of a better choice to represent our members’ needs and those of all Bostonians.”

“I’m honored and thrilled to receive the endorsement of the IBEW Local 103.” Erin said. “They are a union that works hard for better wages, better benefits, and fair working conditions. The Local 103’s members also pride themselves on giving back their time and expertise to causes and charities serving those less fortunate throughout our City.”

That inclusive spirit matches Erin’s goals. Her campaign continues to add endorsements, volunteers, and supporters across the city. The lifelong Dorchester resident has centered her campaign around being Boston’s go-to call at City Hall.

Erin’s vision for Boston and her campaign are built on her core beliefs:

  • Thriving, best-in-class public schools for every student in every neighborhood
  • A friendlier city for seniors, with a more compassionate policy focus
  • Stronger outreach to veterans, out of respect for their service and supporting their needs
  • Safer streets and policing across the City, prioritizing community policing
  • All hands-on-deck to pull us out of the pandemic, particularly our most vulnerable
  • Reducing income inequality by promoting good jobs for all Bostonians

The electricians plan to do their part to get Erin elected in the Sept. 14 primary, when Boston voters can select four candidates to fill the four At-Large seats on the Boston City Council. And Erin will campaign across the city as she works to Bring Boston Back. Together.

Visit Erin’s website at ErinforBoston.com

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