Jen Fries for State Rep, 24th Middlesex

Cambridge School Committee member Ayesha Wilson (at the mic) and Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui gave moving endorsements for Jen's candidacy at her campaign kickoff March 4th


This is an extraordinary time, in our nation and in our district. We need a state representative who understands the urgency of action on climate change, public transit upgrades, reducing student debt, and ensuring the rights of women and immigrants. Although the situation in Washington is dire, here at home, there are many critical things we can do to protect our families, our economy, and our rights.

Watch the debates

League of Women Voters candidate night Aug 12

Debate 2: Wed, Aug 12, 7 PM, hosted on Belmont Media (channel 28 Verizon and Channel 8 Comcast) by the Belmont League of Women Voters

Watch the first debate, which took place on Tuesday, Aug 11, 7 PM, hosted jointly by ACMi, Belmont Media, and CCTV. Thank you to our hosts Lovette C. Curry, Esq., Gilchrist Imboywa, and James Milan, and to Sara Alfara-Franco, James Milan and the team for producing the event, a complicated undertaking during a pandemic.

North Cambridge voters who want to vote in person: there are changes to polling places for this year. If you normally vote at Jefferson Park (11-1), you will be voting at the Reservoir Church at 170 Rindge Ave, next to the Benjamin Banneker. If you normally vote at the Burns Apartments  (11-3), you will be voting at St. John the Evangelist Church, 2254 Massachusetts Ave across from 7-11 and Pemberton Farms (the one with the bells).
If you normally vote at the Peabody School gymnasium (11-2), there is no change. Peabody School gym will be open for voting. Vote by mail link in the comments.

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