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Sept 1 2020 primary election results, 24th Middlesex

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ACMi candidate profileWatch a new profile of Jen Fries by ACMi's James Milan

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Candidate Debate Aug 11 hosted by ACMi, Belmont Media, and CCTV CambridgeWatch the August 11 candidate debate

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Letter to the editor: Christian Klein and Kris NewtonRead why Christian Klein and Kris Newton of Arlington support Jen Fries

"Jen has worked collaboratively with public and private partners and is ready to take on these issues at the state level. Please vote for Jen Fries on Sept. 1 for state representative."

Sunrise Boston interview and podcastJen Fries’ vision for justice and equal opportunity

"Building a fairer, greener, and more compassionate society is positive sum. That’s Jen Fries’ vision of where we need to go. The society we live in today is the product of really narrow assumptions about what is possible and whose voices are worth listening to. Jen is challenging those assumptions to build better public transit, lower carbon emissions, and stand up for people who aren’t being heard today."

The Canna Mom ShowJen Fries chats with Joyce Gerber, host of the Canna Mom show

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Your ArlingtonMass. Women's Political Caucus backs Fries

"We need leaders like Jen Fries, who will be a strong decision maker and advocate in the State House. We need to change the face of leadership in Massachusetts, where fewer than 29 percent state offices are held by women. MWPC is proud to endorse and stand with Jen Fries."

Cambridge Day: May 29th, 2020Nonprofit leader Fries draws backing of Siddiqui in effort to unseat incumbent in 24th Middlesex

"Fries works in education nonprofits. This year she’s been executive director of ACE Mentor Program Greater Boston, which focuses on after-school learning for high schoolers, and for the previous nine years led the Cambridge School Volunteers group. Her website bio cites her experience as a financial manager and educational pedigree: a bachelor’s degree in public policy from Brown University and a master’s in public administration from the Harvard Kennedy School."

The Cambridge Chronicle: May 26th, 2020LETTER: Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui endorses Jen Fries

"When I think of a strong elected official, I think of someone with deep roots in the communities they serve, someone who has devoted their career to public service, and particularly someone who has worked to improve the lives of children and families. That’s why, when I think of the ideal state representative for the 24th Middlesex District, I think of Jen Fries."

The Belmont Citizen-Herald: May 5th, 2020Jen Fries qualifies for ballot

"Fries has made transit equity a cornerstone of her campaign in the heavily commuter district, which is served by MBTA buses and Red Line trains. At a campaign kickoff at Arlington’s Kickstand Café, she shared that delays and unreliable service on the Red Line had prompted her to find a new job that did not require a Red Line ride."

The Belmontonian: May 2nd, 2020State Rep Rogers Has Challenger In Dem Primary As Fries Qualifies For Sept. Ballot

"Fries is the executive director of ACE Mentor Program Greater Boston which offers an after-school program that providing students in grades 9-12 with an introduction to the design, engineering and construction disciplines. She spent more than nine years as executive director of Cambridge School Volunteers. She matriculated at Brown where she received a BA in Public Policy then obtained a Masters in Public Administration from the Kennedy School at Harvard." May 1st, 2020North Cambridge resident challenges Rogers in 24th

"'The 24th Middlesex has been my home for 20 years, and as I crossed the district collecting signatures in February and had conversations over the phone with voters in March and April, I heard residents express many of the same hopes and frustrations that inspired me to run for office,' Fries said in an April 30 news release. 'The progressive values that guide my campaign are the values of so many Arlington, Belmont and Cambridge residents, and I will fight for them as our state rep.'"

The Harvard Crimson: April 16th, 2020With Requirement Changes Pending, Massachusetts Candidates Scramble to Get on Ballot

"Jennifer Fries, a Democratic state House candidate who is running in the 24th Middlesex District, said that 'in any normal year, this would be the lowest barrier' to meet. In this election cycle, however, she said 'it’s going to be down the wire.'"

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