State Rep. Jack Lewis
Adam has a proven track record of working with diverse groups to determine the best interest of Framingham. His independent, balanced voice should remain on the Framingham City Council, and this November, please join me in making sure he is re-elected.
Adam is one of the people currently on our City Council whom I trust to continue to push this city toward a brighter future for us all. We need to keep a variety perspectives on all of our boards and commissions and that is why I am supporting Adam for re-election to the City Council. Please give him your vote on November 2.
Martin and Valerie Mulvey
Adam’s ties to Framingham run deep. He grew up here and is raising his family here. His parents and in-laws, the Dunnes, live here. He has his children in Framingham schools.
Adam was an active and engaging Town Meeting member when Valerie was Framingham town clerk and has been an excellent city councilor.
On Nov. 2, please cast your ballot for Adam Steiner for City Council.
Adam is just the sort of person I hoped would become involved in government when I supported the change to a city. Not just a new face but someone with serious listening skills, global vision and a good understanding of how technology is changing our world. We are lucky in precinct 7 to have always had dedicated and engaged political representation but I am supporting Adam because to me, he represents a critical part of Framingham’s future.
Adam is someone that has taken care of our district, as an educator both his wife and him understand what is best for our City, and he understands how important it is to have a balance in our City landscape, born and raised in Framingham, I am 100 percent behind him to be our councilor for our district.
A promise of the charter process was to bring new faces into our government — with fresh perspective, 21st century savvy, and an eye firmly fixed to the future. Adam Steiner fits that bill for me and is my choice for District 3 City Councilor. His opponents are worthy, experienced, good men, but I believe Adam is best positioned to move this city experiment forward.
I want my City Councilor to be someone I trust and who will do their homework every time, someone who will listen to their constituents and shape smart positions on important issues by weighing multiple opinions from diverse areas. Further, I want District 3 to be represented by a strong leader, and I have no doubt that Adam Steiner is that person.
I have known Adam for many years. Adam represents District 3. In all of his decisions, he always looks at the bigger picture and considers what’s best for all of the people of Framingham. His decisions are made with caring and integrity. Adam is the smart choice for Framingham.
Adam is the kind of strong and independent voice on the city council that we need. His responsiveness to community concerns and measured and calm manner makes it a pleasure to work with him to help Framingham reach its full potential.
Adam is hard working, keeps an open mind about issues, and thinks about what is good for both his district and the entire city. Framingham is lucky to have Adam on our City Council!
I am voting for Adam Steiner because of his support for all of our children in Framingham!
Bryan & Nancy Blair, Mill Street
Amanda Northrop, Alan Street
Eric Cigan, Cherry Road
Bryan and Nancy Blair, Mill Street
Larry Stoodt, Edmands Road
Dan and Kathleen Rao, Claudette Circle
Perry and Sara Hamerla, Grove Street
Ken and Niza Weiss, Amy Road
Brandon Strange, Belknap Drive
Margareth Shepard, City Councilor District 7, Arthur Street
Bob & Brenda Katz, McAdams Road
Jason & Nurit Lieberman, Lyman Road
Omar & Mariam Lari, Flanagan Drive
Doug Stephan, Grove Street and Eastleigh Farm
Perry & Sara Hamerla, Grove Street
Joel Winett, Berkeley Road
Bob Berman, Lanewood Ave.
Sam Mercurio, Claudette Cir.
Beth Greeley, Pleasant St.
Brett Peruzzi, Nobscot
Mike Croci, Pershing Ave.
Brandale Randolph, Cherry Rd.
Dan and Ashley Kessler, Claudette Circle
Adam Blumer, Former School Committee Member, Lowe Circle
Lynn Crevier & Jean Watt, Lyman Road
Leah Beth Allekian, Grove Street
Christina & Rick Sandza-Donovan, Millwood Street
Shannon Gustafson, Berkeley Road
Herb & Cheryl Barenberg, Agnes Road