Elect Mike Lake Candidate for Massachusetts Lt. Governor


With just a few weeks left in this campaign, I want to share some exciting news with you. I’ve received
the endorsement of the Massachusetts National Organization of Women Political Action Committee! I’m proud to have their support, given I believe so strongly in their mission and their priority issue areas, which include reproductive freedom, racial justice, constitutional rights, economic justice, LGBTQ Rights and ending violence against women.

Donna Denoncourt and Nancy Rosenblum, Mass NOW PAC Co-Chairs said, “There is no other candidate in the field who exemplifies equality and social progress more than Mike Lake.”

I’m humbled to have the NOW endorsement because it emphasizes the importance of true equality in this race and how strongly the women and progressive community have come out in favor of my candidacy in this primary campaign.

In addition to the NOW endorsement, I’ve also recently secured the support of Worcester City Councilor Sarai Rivera and Cape Cod State Rep. Cleon Turner. And, last Thursday, I appeared with Wendy Williams on Broadside on NECN to discuss my vision for the state and for the role of lieutenant governor.

Next week, you can come out and see Governor Mike Dukakis as he campaigns with me in Peabody and Boston.

My campaign’s momentum keeps growing and every day, we secure more and more support. I am the candidate to beat in this race and I know that we will be victorious on Election Day.

We have so much left to do between now and September 9.th It’s not too late for you to get involved. If you would like to volunteer, please click here or if you would prefer, you can support my campaign with a contribution by clicking here. $10, $25 or even $50 – anything you can afford will greatly help our efforts.

I look forward to seeing you soon.

All my best,

Mike Lake
Candidate for Massachusetts Lt. Governor

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