(MILTON) - State Representative Dan Cullinane of the 12th Suffolk district announced today that his re-election campaign has been endorsed by State Senator Brian A. Joyce of the Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth district. Senator Joyce and Representative Cullinane share Milton precincts 1 and 2 as part of their constituencies on Beacon Hill.

“Dan Cullinane is an outstanding State Representative. He is a very hardworking, accessible, and responsive legislative partner in representing the interests of the Milton residents we serve at the State House,” said Senator Joyce. “We have worked together on issues impacting the quality of life for residents of all of the neighborhoods of Milton’s precincts 1 and 2, from economic development grants for the Central Avenue and Milton Village business districts, to our efforts to create a new public park along the banks of the Neponset River, to increased funds for Milton’s schools and for basic infrastructure repair such as we see today along Central Avenue”. 

“I hold Representative Dan Cullinane in high regard”, Senator Joyce concluded, “and I ask that my Milton neighbors join me in voting for his re-election.”

“Senator Joyce is a dedicated public servant and an excellent State Senator who time and time again delivers for the people of his district. I am honored to have his support and endorsement in my campaign for re-election,” State Rep. Cullinane said of the endorsement. “I look forward to continuing to work with Senator Joyce on Beacon Hill to deliver results for the residents of Milton precincts 1 and 2.”

Senator Brian A. Joyce joins Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Congressman Mike Capuano, and State Representative Russell Holmes in endorsing Representative Cullinane’s re-election campaign. He has also been endorsed by the Massachusetts AFL-CIO, the Boston Teacher's Union, the Massachusetts Teachers Association, MassEquality, MassAlliance, Planned Parenthood, NARAL Pro-Choice, the New England Regional Council of Carpenters, and AFSCME Council 93.

The Democratic primary for the 12th Suffolk district is September 9th.

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