I’m running to be your Lieutenant Governor to give back to the Commonwealth that has given me so much.
From serving as a Selectman in my native Lancaster through nearly two decades in senior roles for President Obama, Senator Kennedy and Mayor Menino, I have been fortunate to have the opportunity to work on many of Massachusetts’ largest opportunities and challenges.
In that time, here’s what I’ve learned: the best way to tackle tough problems is head on, and the best way to earn your trust is to trust you.
I hope you will join our growing campaign: connect with us here, on social media and around the Commonwealth.
We have a lot of important work to do together – let’s get started!
March 10, 2014 By Kerrigan
A week or so ago an important thing happened in Boston. Mayor Walsh, representatives of the LGBT community and organizers for the South Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade began discussions that I had hoped would lead to the end of a decades-long stain on our capital city and on St. Patrick's Day. Sadly those hopes weren't realized, but I still think the discussion is worth celebrating. Mayor Walsh deserves immense credit for his courage in continuing to try to bring both sides closer to a read more
March 6, 2014 By Kerrigan
Dear Friend, When my father, Senator Edward Kennedy, was discussing an important issue with us at the dinner table, he often repeated a quote with deep meaning for both himself and his brothers: "Each of us can make a d ifference, and all of us must try." In fact, whenever someone in our family faced a difficult task or trying times, my father remained committed to the idea that problems were made to be solved and that all it took was one person who believed it could be done. I am read more