Senator Barry Finegold was elected in 2018 to represent the Second Essex and Middlesex District which includes Andover, Dracut, Lawrence and Tewksbury. As a result of the 2020 census, the Second Essex and Middlesex District will now include all of Andover, Tewksbury, Wilmington, Merrimac and Amesbury, as well as large areas of Haverhill (wards 1–7) and North Andover (precincts 1-6).
Barry has helped over 430 constituents with their claims as a result of the class action settlement against Columbia Gas. During the COVID pandemic, Barry helped nearly 400 constituents access unemployment benefits and guided over 30 small local businesses through the economic impacts of COVID-19, connecting businesses to emergency loans and assisted in navigating the reopening process.
Additionally, Barry secured $100,000 in ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funding to build a retreat for first responders and veterans with PTSD.
Barry currently serves as the Chair of the Joint Committee on Election Laws and Chair of the Joint Committee on Advanced Information Technology, the Internet, and Cybersecurity. As a father of teenagers, he believes strongly in the need to ensure their online privacy is protected an is currently spearheading bipartisan legislation that establishes standards for how companies can collect, use, and sell personal information, with heightened protections for children under 16.
To learn more about Barry and his campaign, make a donation, or volunteer, visit barryfinegold.com.
The North Andover Democratic Town Committee is excited to support Adrianne Ramos as State Representative for the 14th Essex district!
As a skilled litigator and practicing family law attorney who was named one of Boston Magazine’s Top Lawyers for 2021, Adrianne will bring a wealth of practical, professional experience to the Massachusetts Statehouse. She has prioritized the important issues facing families in North Andover and the communities in the 14th Essex district:
Climate and Environment
Mental Health Services
Domestic and Gun Violence
Jobs and the Economy
Adrianne’s experience gives her a strong foundation to understand community and individual needs across a variety of socioeconomic, cultural, and racial backgrounds. She has defended victims of domestic violence, advocated for public policy changes through a nonprofit organization, and helped countless families through challenging legal matters.
Adrianne lives in North Andover with her husband Adam and their children, Sarah, Lilly and Avery, all of whom attend North Andover Public Schools. We encourage everyone to learn more about Adrianne and to support her campaign as a volunteer or donor. Visit her website at Vote4Ramos.com.
Leading and delivering for the 18th Essex District.
Since being elected as State Representative in 2018, Tram Nguyen has been a powerful advocate for the people of North Andover and the issues we face every day, including COVID-19 recovery; smart growth and sustainable development; opportunities for working families; and critical health issues, such as the opioid crisis. As a member of several legislative committees, she has also been a leader in environmental protection and climate resiliency, advancing reproductive justice, protecting victims of violence, and making sure everyone in Massachusetts has a fair shot at success:
Joint Committee on Labor & Workforce Development (Vice Chair)
Joint Committee on Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Recovery
Joint Committee on Municipalities and Regional Government
House Committee Human Resources and Employee Engagement
Additionally, Tram works closely with colleagues in the Merrimack Valley state delegation, and together, they have secured significant funding increases for public education as well as resources for seniors and youth, public safety, and recreation.
We encourage North Andover Dems to read about Tram’s inspiring personal story and impressive legislative accomplishments and to consider becoming a volunteer or donor to her campaign. Learn more at VoteTram.com.
The North Andover Democrats will be joining the celebration at North Shore Pride this year! We welcome all to bring friends and neighbors, and join us as we represent our town in the parade. The parade and festival will be held on Saturday, June 22. We will meet at Shetland Park on Congress Street before the start of the parade at 12pm. Kids and strollers welcome! This is a fun event for all ages.