Senator Sal DiDomenico Endorses Grossman for Governor

March 28, 2014
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State Sen. Sal DiDomenico, State Treasurer Steve Grossman, and Superintendent of Everett Schools Frederick Foresteire are pictured at an event at the Webster School where DiDomenico announced his endorsement of Grossman’s candidacy for Governor of the Commonwealth.

State Sen. Sal DiDomenico, State Treasurer Steve Grossman,
and Superintendent of Everett Schools Frederick Foresteire are
pictured at an event at the Webster School where DiDomenico
announced his endorsement of Grossman’s candidacy for Governor
of the Commonwealth.

State Senator Sal DiDomenico officially endorsed Treasurer Steve Grossman’s candidacy for governor today at an event at the Webster School in Everett highlighting Grossman’s educational platform and commitment to universal pre-k.

“I’m supporting Steve Grossman for Governor because I know when elected, Steve will work to make universal Pre-K not just a dream, but a reality for every city and town in the Commonwealth,” said DiDomenico.  “Both of my sons attended Pre-K in my hometown of Everett starting at the age of 3 and I have seen first-hand the significant impact that it has had in their social and academic development.  I look forward to working with Steve as Governor to see that every child in Massachusetts has access to the same high quality early educational opportunities in their community.”

“I’m honored to have Sal’s support. He is an exceptional and dedicated leader of the communities he represents,” said Grossman. “Our shared vision is to help strengthen families throughout Massachusetts by providing children with the skills and resources they need to fulfill their full potential.

Senator Sal DiDomenico was elected to the Senate in 2010 and serves as the State Senator for the Middlesex and Suffolk Districts, which include the communities of Everett, Chelsea, Charlestown, and parts of Allston-Brighton, Cambridge, and the West End of Boston.

Steve Grossman took office as state treasurer in 2011 after a long career as a small businessman, philanthropist, and progressive political activist. He is running for governor because he believes the people of Massachusetts want proven leadership that leaves no one and no region behind.