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Dear friends and supporters,

While we did not prevail in the Primary Election, we certainly fought the good fight. I am very proud of the campaign we ran and the hard work of my core canvassing team.  I won in my home turf of Nonantum and in Waltham but Rep. Lawn had overwhelming support in Watertown that I was not able to overcome. The final tally was 53% to 47%.

Congratulations to Rep. Lawn on the win.

Here are the results from WCVB.

I am very appreciative of the support and commitment of all of you and I want to assure you that this effort was not in vain. It is important that incumbents get challenged and are held accountable for their votes and are evaluated on their performance. This was a shot over the bow.

We had an uphill battle with the Covid pandemic that forced us to delay the canvass until mid-July.  The inability to participate in fundraisers made it difficult to raise money. Heck, it was a chore just to collect enough signatures just to get on the ballot!  Having to campaign in 3 different towns, and in two of them I was not well known. It was just too much to overcome in too little time.

Thanks again to all.

I will be back!

Alison

Alison is passionate about addressing key concerns for the district. Learn more.

I have been active in my community for many years working on environmental and open space issues. Learn more.


Endorsements:

“I wholeheartedly endorse Alison Leary for State Representative. I see up close what she’s like representing her constituents, and causes as I serve on the Newton City Council with her.  I’m a member of the Public Facilities Committee, which she chairs.  I admire her steadfast passion for, and knowledge of, environmental issues. She speaks up for and acts on behalf of residents and issues.”

Andrea Kelley, Newton City Council, Ward 3

“I’ve enjoyed working with Alison Leary on the Newton city Council for nearly seven years. She is thoughtful, well-informed and thoroughly engages her constituents.

She is a tireless advocate for the people on environmental and social justice Issues. She will be a collaborative, smart and independent voice. She will work to implement a plan to achieve meaningful energy policies in the near term.  Because Alison knows that we don’t have time to waste, we do have the tools We need to achieve success and need only the political will to do so. Alison Leary is the real deal. Please vote for a representative who will work hard to improve the quality of life for all in her district and Massachusetts. “


Deborah Crossley, Newton City Councilor,  Ward 5, Chair of Zoning & Planning Committee



“Alison Leary will provide the effective advocacy that the constituents of Newton, Waltham and Watertown deserve. As a colleague on the Newton City Council I’ve seen Alison take the lead and tackle many of the difficult issues that have faced our city. She has taken the initiative and brought about change in local policies that involve combating climate change, providing more affordable housing and transportation improvements. In addition, Alison is a hard working public servant who has always made herself available and responsive to the needs of her constituents. Alison Leary is the kind of representative the 10th Middlesex district needs.”

Maria Greenberg, Newton City Council, Ward 1

“Alison Leary is a leader on the Newton City Council.  When I became the Council President I selected her to Chair of the Public Facilities Committee which she has done very well. She is one of the strongest protectors of our environment, docketing and then fighting to successfully pass environmental ordinances.  She understands the issues and needs of the district and will be an excellent addition to the legislature working for all constituents.”

Susan Albright, President, Newton City Council

Also Endorsed by Newton City Councilors:

Councilor Jake Auchincloss
Councilor Holly Ryan,
Councilor Rick Lipoff
Councilor Emily Norton
Councilor Andreae Downs
Councilor Brenda Noel
Councilor Victoria Danberg
Councilor Alicia Bowman
Caroline Bays Watertown Councilor -at Large


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City Council Work

As an At-Large Newton City Councilor, Alison has worked in the public interest for 15 years. Learn more

Election Info

The primary for the 10th Middlesex is September 1, 2020. Voter Information