voters deserve to know pledge

Rep Gouveia signed the pledge!

Massachusetts’ legislature is one of the most secretive in the country.

pledge print

the transparency pledge:

Massachusetts’ legislature is one of the most secretive in the country. Important progressive legislation is killed year after year in back rooms without any public record. But together we can change this. We can ask our elected legislators to take action to create transparency today so important progressive bills don’t die in darkness.

Current signatories

state representatives:

Mike Connollygreen check

Mike Connolly (D)

Cambridge
Nika Elugardogreen check

Nika Elugardo (D)

Boston
Brandy Fluker-Oakleygreen check

Brandy Fluker-Oakley (D)

Tami Gouveiagreen check

Tami Gouveia (D)

Acton
Natalie Higginsgreen check

Natalie Higgins (D)

Leominster
Russell Holmesgreen check

Russell Holmes (D)

Boston
Vanna Howardgreen check

Vanna Howard (D)

Patrick Kearneygreen check

Patrick Kearney (D)

Scituate
Meghan Kilcoynegreen check

Meghan Kilcoyne (D)

Michael Kushmerekgreen check

Michael Kushmerek (D)

Jack Lewisgreen check

Jack Lewis (D)

Framingham
Steve Owensgreen check

Steve Owens (D)

Orlando Ramosgreen check

Orlando Ramos (D)

Maria Robinsongreen check

Maria Robinson (D)

Framingham
John Rogersgreen check

John Rogers (D)

Norwood
Lindsay Sabadosagreen check

Lindsay Sabadosa (D)

Northampton
Dan Senagreen check

Dan Sena (D)

Erika Uyterhoevengreen check

Erika Uyterhoeven (D)

state senators:

James Eldridgegreen check

James Eldridge (D)

Acton
Adam Gomezgreen check

Adam Gomez (D)

Susan Morangreen check

Susan Moran (D)

Rebecca Rauschgreen check

Rebecca Rausch (D)

Needham

endorsing organizations:

Progressive Massachusetts logoAFT logoSunrise Boston logoUU MassAction logoProgressive Democrats of Massachusetts logoOur Revolution Massachusetts logoBoston Democratic Socialists of America logoBoston Teachers Union logoPublic higher education network of Massachusetts logoMassachusetts education justice alliance logoHildreth Institute logo