About Sam Sutter
COALITION FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE BACKS SUTTER FOR MAYOR
Sam Sutter receives endorsement from notable, grassroots organization in Fall River
FALL RIVER, MA- With just over three weeks before the December 16th election, candidate for Mayor and Bristol County District Attorney Sam Sutter announced today the endorsement of the Coalition for Social Justice.
“I am honored to receive the support of an organization dedicated to bringing opportunity and economic fairness to the City of Fall River. The Coalition for Social Justice has shone a bright light on the need for job opportunities, economic development, and civic engagement in our city. These extremely important issues are a central focus of my campaign for Mayor of Fall River. We need to work together to ensure that all Fall River residents have an opportunity to succeed through access to quality education and good paying jobs. The Coalition understands that I have the leadership, experience and vision to bring economic growth and integrity to our city, and I am grateful for their support”, Sutter remarked.
Deb Fastino, the Coalition’s Executive Director, made the endorsement announcement citing Sutter’s experience as a leading factor in their support. “The Coalition for Social Justice is endorsing Sam Sutter for Mayor because he’s a proven effective administrator. Sam has built relationships with leaders around Southeastern Massachusetts and the state which will be beneficial for our community. We know that Fall River will thrive under his leadership and are excited about the collaboration and ingenuity that he will bring to the office.”--
LOCAL LABOR UNIONS BACK SUTTER FOR MAYOR
Sam Sutter receives endorsement from two major unions in Fall River
FALL RIVER, MA- With the December 16th election less than four weeks away, candidate for Mayor and Bristol County District Attorney Sam Sutter announced today the endorsement of the Carpenters Local 1305 Union and the Local 3 Bricklayers & Allied Craftsmen Union.
“I am honored to receive the support of two organizations who represent the workers who built Fall River and continue to push for economic growth in our city. Fall River is made up of strong, hard working, principled individuals and these two unions represent many of them. These unions are working everyday to protect workers rights, fight for better wages and drive job growth in the city,” Sutter said. “I am anxious to begin working with these and other trade organizations to ensure Fall River has well-trained workers who are prepared to step right in to the types of new industries that my administration will work to bring to Fall River. I am proud to stand with the workers of Fall River, and gratefully accept their endorsement.”
The Local 3 Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmen Union is made up of nearly 4,000 members from around New England, with the majority of its members living and working in Eastern Massachusetts. The Carpenters Local 1305 Union is a southeastern Massachusetts union comprised of nearly 600 members, with about a third of those living in Fall River.
Jim Pimental, Vice President/Organizer for the Local 3 Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmen Union, made one of the endorsement announcements today, citing Sutter’s proven track record of success, integrity and advocacy on behalf of those who need a leader to speak for them. "As Bristol County District Attorney, Sam Sutter has always carried himself with the utmost integrity, has been a champion for fairness and justice as well as a strong advocate and voice for those sometimes unable to fight for themselves. We know Sam would carry those same values into the Mayor's office and for those reasons and many more, Bricklayers & Allied Craftsmen Local 3 MA/ME/NH/RI is proud and honored to endorse Sam Sutter for Mayor of Fall River!"
Ron Rheaume, Business Manager of the Carpenters Local 1305 Union, also announced his organization’s endorsement today, saying Sutter is a leader who has instilled trust from his constituents from day one. "The Carpenters Local 1305 is proud to support Sam Sutter for Fall River Mayor. We know Sam will be a leader we can trust to stand up for working families and will help to bring job opportunity and economic growth to our local families and individuals."
Team Sutter goes window-to-window
We are receiving great responses to our mail piece this week. Did you know that the postcard doubles as a window sign? That's right! Most campaigns go door to go but Team Sutter is going door-to-door and window-to-window!
Help us get out the word about Sam's campaign for #FallRiver Mayor by putting your sign in a high traffic window and posting a photo on social media, tagging our Facebook Page. Here are some photos from around town that have already been submitted!