The Massachusetts Democratic Primary is on September 1, 2020. Find the most revolutionary Massachusetts progressive candidates running, and their policies. For the purpose of this list, “most revolutionary” means that each candidate meets the following two criteria:
- Rejects corporate money
- Supports single-payer Medicare for All
LAST UPDATED: June 13, 2020
Massachusetts Progressive Candidates for Congress
Ed Markey for U.S. Senate
Ed Markey (D) incumbent – “Ed Markey for U.S. Senate.” Sen. Markey is a co-sponsor of S.1129 – Medicare for All National Health Insurance Program. Still, he does accept some corporate campaign money, which would normally eliminate him from this list. However, based on the work he did on the Green New Deal, I choose to include him. He is much more progressive than most U.S. senators, and we need progressives in the Senate! In addition, renown progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has endorsed Sen. Markey.
MA-01 Alex Morse for U.S. House
Alex Morse (D) – “Let’s build this movement together.” Alex Morse supports… Medicare for All • Green New Deal • Free College • End Mass Incarceration and Mass Deportation • Unseat Richard Neal • Accepts No Corporate Money
MA-04 Ihssane Leckey for U.S. House
Ihssane Leckey (D) – “A Family-First Governing Agenda.” Medicare for All • Universal Family Care • Paid Parental Leave • Universal Childcare • Universal Pre-K • Free School Lunches • Public Education • End Standardized Testing • Student Debt Cancellation • Free Higher Education • Social Housing • Housing-First Programs • Expand Social Security • Protect Voting Rights • End Gerrymandering • Ranked Choice Voting • Stop Revolving Door • Ban Super PACs • Public Funded Elections • Voting Representation for D.C. and Puerto Rico • Racial Justice • Legalize Marijuana • Abolish Death Penalty • Ban For-Profit Prisons • Native American Tribal Sovereignty • Reject Pipelines • Justice for Murdered and Missing Native American Women • Gender Justice • Reproductive Rights • Equal Pay • Combat Sexual Assault • Protect Trans Community • Disability Justice • End Subminimum Wage • Immigrant Rights and Immigration Reform • Economic Development and Debt Relief for Puerto Rico • Defend Service Members and Veterans • End Opioid Epidemic • End Gun Violence • Break Political Influence of NRA • Gun Violence as Public Health Issue • Just Economy • Universal High-Speed Internet • Data and Privacy Rights • Check Anti-Competitive Practices • Net Neutrality • Enforce Antitrust Laws • Labor Unions • Workers’ Rights • Worker-Owned Coops • Worker Representation on Corporate Boards • Guarantee Paid Vacation, Sick Time, and Family and Medical Leave • Tax Reform • Progressive Tax Code • Close Tax Loopholes • Free Automatic Tax Filing • Diplomacy-First and Human Rights-Based Foreign Policy • Peace-Oriented Defense • Green New Deal •Environmental Justice • Declare Climate Emergency • National Security Reform • Fair Trade • Accepts No Corporate Money
MA-07 Ayanna Pressley for U.S. House
Ayanna Pressley (D) incumbent – “Bold, Activist Leadership.” Medicare for All • LGBTQ+ Rights • Foreign Policy Centered on Peace • Address Impact of Violence and Trauma • Transgender Rights and Protections • Green New Deal • 21st Century Transportation System • Just and Humane Immigration System • Housing as a Human Right • Economy that Works for All • Transform Criminal Justice System • Accepts No Corporate Money
MA-08 Robbie Goldstein for U.S. House
Robbie Goldstein (D) – “Our Future Starts Now.” Medicare for All • Gun Violence Prevention • End Opioid Epidemic • Climate Action • Green New Deal • Invest in Mass Transportation • Safe Biking and Walking • Accepts No Corporate Money
Candidates in Other States
See the 2020 progressive candidates running in other states by clicking on the appropriate links below.
Find a list of the most progressive 2020 Presidential candidates at “Progressive Candidates List of 2020: Medicare 4 All & No Corp Money!“
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