MA State Dem Committee should consider Kate Donaghue to be next Party Chair

First let me state that I think John Walsh did a great job electing Democrats in Massachusetts and keeping them in office, but his real legacy was exemplifying what it really means to elect people using effective grassroots outreach:neighbor talking to neighbor, welcoming volunteers and speaking on behalf on what it means to be a Democrat.

There is a person in the state who could rival John Walsh in actual outreach efforts by comparing the total number of years and doors knocked upon to elect Democrats in Massachusetts and across America( by way of NH Presidential primaries) and her name is Kate Donaghue.

Kate Donaghue is well known among activists in Massachusetts and while John Walsh has left big shoes to fill – Kate Dongahue may be just the person to turn to as Democrats in Massachusetts head into the ’14 election cycle who mirrors the legacy that John Walsh is leaving the Massachusetts Democratic Party: talking to our neighbors, welcoming all levels of volunteers, and believing in what the Democratic Party stands for with the ability to communicate that to others.

I will be telling my elected State Committee men and women in the Plymouth and Norfork State Senate district to nominate and vote for Kate Donaghue to be the next Chair of the Massachusetts Democratic Party

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