Bryan Barash for Newton City Council Ward 2

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Labor

Labor

 
Bryan Barash has extensive experience working as a public policy professional at the Mass. State House. Locally, he is on the Day Middle School Council and the Newton Human Rights Commission. His strength as an advocate for social justice issues is of particular interest to educators who work with a diverse student body with a wide range of needs. He was an active supporter of the custodians in their difficult negotiations and has always been an active and vocal supporter of unions. Bryan champions the right of unions to negotiate for their health insurance benefits and opposes unilateral decisions about the terms of employee benefits.
— Newton Teachers Association
 
Grassroots

Grassroots

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Progressive

 
 
Grassroots

Grassroots

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LGBTQ+

 
 
Youth

Youth

 
The Young Democrats of Massachusetts are proud to endorse Bryan Barash for Ward 2 City Councilor in Newton. Bryan has been a critical part of the Young Democrats of Massachusetts for years, serving as the organization’s representative on the Democratic State Committee. In his work in building up and representing YDMA, he has shown the skills required for both strong constituent services and forward-thinking policy leadership. In his years of public service and advocacy, Bryan has shown himself to be passionate leader on issues that matter to younger people, from housing affordability to climate justice. He is the right person for the job, and we hope to be able to help him get elected on November 5th.
— Young Democrats of Massachusetts
 
Transparency

Transparency

 
Trailblazers PAC is proud to stand with Bryan’s people-powered campaign because he doesn’t take advantage of loopholes that could let him hide his donors. Bryan is a Trailblazer because he isn’t just making campaign promises, he’s taking real action for clean government while he’s running, and he’s accountable to continue putting voters first once he’s in office.
— Leslie Danks Burke, founder and president of Trailblazers PAC
 

Former Mayors:
David Cohen
Setti Warren

Former State Senator & Alderman:
Lois Pines

City Councilors:
Susan Albright
Deb Crossley
Andreae Downs
Maria Scibelli Greenberg
Andrea Kelley
Josh Krintzman
Brenda Noel

Former City Councilors / Aldermen:
Ted Hess-Mahan
Brooke Lipsitt
Sydra Schnipper
John Stewart

School Committee Members:
Diana Fisher Gomberg
Matthew Miller
Bridget Ray-Canada

Former School Committee Members:
Jennifer Huntington
Susie Heyman
Kurt Kusiak
Anne Larner
Reenie Murphy
Margie Ross Decter
Claire Sokoloff
Norah Wylie

Ward 2 Community Leaders:
Jen Abbott
Warren Abramson
Arlynne Bail
Miranda Barrows
David Bedar & Jen Barrer-Gall
Doug & Lisa Bibuld
Kol Birke
George & Laurie Bower
Melissa Birke Chu
Susan Church
Matt Cuddy
Ruth & Bill Dain
Sheila Decter
Sarah Ecker
Holly Gunner
Ann & William Hartner
Grey & Leslie Held
Laura Holt
Joy Huber & Randy Ellis
Serena Jampel
Howard Johnson
Hubie Jones
Dossie Kahn & Patrick Singleton
Jeff & Donnalyn Kahn
Jack Leader
Barbara Lietzke
Patricia Loewy
Arlene Lowney
Esta Lupo-Stern & Joseph Stern
Karen Manning
Jane Matlaw
Kevin McCormick
Nahma Nadich
Dan & Sandra O’Neill
John Pelletier
Amy Siegel
Kevin Sloan
Kim Spencer & Gregory Gomez
Andrea Steenstrup
Marcia Tabenken
Eve Tapper
Jan & John Westman
Andy & Catherine Willinger
Cyrus Vaghar
& many more