Our Revolution wins on Election Day November 7, 2017

Our Revolution wins on Election Day November 7, 2017 National Our Revolution Endorsed Candidates Cambridge Dennis Carlone, Cambridge City Council Sumbul Siddiqui, Cambridge City Council Quinton Zondervan, Cambridge City Council Jan Devereux, Cambridge City Council Somerville Matt Mclaughlin – Incumbent Will Mbah – challenger JT Scott – challenger Jesse Clingan… Continue reading

To Revitalize Democracy, Remove Barriers to Voting

Ranked Choice Voting

The revelations from the former Democratic National Committee interim chair Donna Brazile confirmed what many suspected: party leaders had chosen their candidate well before the primary process had begun. Concerns about the integrity of our electoral system, was one factor that led to the formation of Our Revolution Massachusetts. At… Continue reading

ORMA Governance Structure Picked for November 12th Ratification

A new organizational structure and new leadership will be the focus of a November 12th Ratification Congress to be held at the Quincy SEIU Hall, 108 Myrtle Street, Quincy, MA 02171 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.​  Register here to attend. You must be a member of ORMA to vote.  The Our Revolution… Continue reading

Nov 12: Our Revolution Massachusetts Ratification Congress

Our Revolution Massachusetts delegates celebrate victory outside Worcester's DCU Center

Date: Sunday, November 12, 2017 Time: 10am – 3pm (registration opens at 9am) Place: 1199SEIU, 108 Myrtle St., Quincy, MA 02171 Please join us to formally ratify the new structure of Our Revolution Massachusetts (ORMA)! See Facebook Event  One year ago this month, a group of 50 people met in Westport to discuss how… Continue reading

Interview with Nichole Mossalam, candidate for Malden School Committee

Our Revolution Massachusetts interviewed Nichole Mossalam, endorsed by Our Revolution Malden as candidate for school committee. Why did you decide to run for school committee in Malden? Before the election last year my son (in third grade at the time) came home from school crying and said, “Mom, my friend… Continue reading

Single Payer activists meet in Lexington for “Organizer Bootcamp” by Donald Green, MD, MPH

On October 14th, in Lexington, more than a  hundred activists from diverse backgrounds came to learn how to be effective lobbyists for the current Medicare for All legislation in Massachusetts. Sponsored by Mass Care , the training was to prepare activists for the Lobby Day on November 14th on Beacon Hill.  The workshop… Continue reading

Our Revolution-backed Paul Feeney is the new Senator for the Bristol & Norfolk District

We are thrilled to announce that former Bernie Sanders state director Paul Feeney is the new State Senator from the Bristol & Norfolk District! In the special General Election on Tuesday, October 17th Paul Feeney earned 6,982 votes (47% of the vote) to Jacob Ventura’s 6,405 (43%) and Joe Shortsleeve’s… Continue reading

Ranked Choice Voting hearing

by Bo Ye The Joint Committee on Election Laws held a hearing in a packed basement room at the Massachusetts Statehouse on October 12th that could potentially pave the way for Ranked Choice Voting throughout our state and a 28th amendment to the U.S. Constitution to end corporate personhood and publicly… Continue reading

Paul Feeney, candidate for the Bristol-Norfolk district link to live debate

ORMA AND NATIONAL ENDORSED CANDIDATE Paul Feeney Special Election for Massachusetts Senate: Paul Feeney – Democratic nominee for the Bristol-Norfolk district. If you missed the debate on Monday, you can watch it here  Please do what you can do–whether it’s knocking doors, phone banking, or contributing to his campaign. This looks to be a very competitive… Continue reading

Interview with Kevin Towle, candidate for State Representative in the First Berkshire District

“Even before Senator Sanders announced, I knew he was my candidate,” says Kevin Towle. Towle is running for State Representative in the First Berkshire County, which includes Adams, Cheshire, Clarksburg, Florida, Hancock, Lanesborough, New Ashford and Williamstown. “Since I studied politics, I thought Sanders’ ideas made a lot of sense… Continue reading