The North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters, Carpenters Local 336, and Laborers Local 609 has announced their endorsement of Adam Steiner for re-election to the Framingham City Council for District 3.
Steve Joyce, Framingham resident and North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters representative said, “Adam is a true progressive. He stands up for all in our community and is willing to put himself out there as a City Councilor. Anyone who follows the City Council can see his thoughtful manner in which he addresses each issue.”
“Adam knows that protecting workers is central to progressive values and having a community in which all of our residents can share in economic growth. Adam stood with workers on the issue of wage theft and helped lead the way in adopting local protections for workers who were falling victim to wage theft. I am proud to stand with Adam in his campaign for re-election.”
Richard Anketell, Business Representative of Carpenters Local 336 commented, “It is clear that Adam gets the importance of high-quality union work in construction. He has my support on November 2.”
Construction and General Laborers’ Local Union 609’s Chris Murphy added, ““You can’t always count on politicians to stand up for what they believe in, but that is 100% true of Adam. He has earned a return to the City Council in the coming election.”
“I am honored to accept these endorsements from North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters, Carpenters Local 336, and Laborers Local 609. I was a union public school educator for years and have always recognized the value that organized labor organizations have for our community. Over the past 4 years, I have had the opportunity on the City Council to fight for fair wages and better conditions for our carpenters and laborers and other workers and I look forward to continuing to do so for years to come,” said Steiner.