Attorney General Maura Healey endorses Stephanie Muccini Burke for Mayor of Medford  

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MEDFORD – Mayoral candidate Stephanie Muccini Burke has received the endorsement of Attorney General Maura Healey, joining a growing list of community leaders who support her candidacy.
“I’m proud to support Stephanie Burke for Mayor because she shares my values, stands up for our priorities and will be a strong partner in government,” said Attorney General Healey. “Her experience and leadership will help deliver on core local services and help ensure economic opportunity for everyone in the city of Medford. I also know Stephanie will be a forceful advocate for creating opportunity for all people, regardless of their gender, culture, or sexual orientation.”
“I’m honored to receive the endorsement of a strong leader like Attorney General Healey,” said Muccini Burke. “I have great admiration for her tenacious pursuit of equality and opportunity, paired with an unmatched dedication to protecting consumers, working families, and children. I look forward to a strong relationship with partners like Attorney General Healey and others at the state level.”
Attorney General Healey is the latest in a long list of endorsements from colleagues, organizations, and labor unions, including:

Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Boston

Mayor Michael J. McGlynn, Medford

Former Attorney General Martha Coakley

Bob Maiocco, Former City Council President

Dorothy Kelly Gay, Former Mayor of Somerville

Ann Marie Cugno, Medford School Committee

Paulette Van der Kloot, Medford School Committee

Frederick Dello Russo, Jr., President Medford City Council

Paul Camuso, Medford City Council

Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus Political Action Committee

Mass Alliance

Medford Democrats Ward 3 Democratic Committee

Boston News Group, Metro Buzz

Greater Boston Labor Council, AFL-CIO

Massachusetts Association of Retired State, County, and Municipal Employees 

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 103

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 2222

Painters and Allied Trades District Council DC #35

Utility Workers Union of America, Local 369

National Association of Government Employees, Local 5000

Service Employees International Union Local 888

Service Employees International Union Local 32BJ

United Steelworkers District 4 – New England and Puerto Rico

United Steelworkers Local 12012

Amalgamated Transit Union Boston Carmen’s Union Local 589

United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Carpenters Local Union 218

International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Teamsters Local Union No. 25

AFSCME Local 1599 Medford Traffic Supervisors
Stephanie Muccini Burke is a Certified Public Accountant, with experience as a self-employed small business owner, a tax manager with a “Big 6” accounting firm, and a corporate controller for a multi-state corporation. Most recently, Muccini Burke serve as the Director of Budget and Personnel for the City of Medford, where she was responsible for a major capital improvement plan, including district-wide technology upgrades, a new public works facility, and a Medford High School science lab. Under her leadership, the City of Medford earned an elevated bond rating. Mucking Burke previously served as a Medford City Councilor, leading the Small Restaurant Initiative for beer and wine licenses and working hand-in-hand with the Chamber of Commerce to revamp the City’s sign ordinance. And Muccini Burke also served as Commissioner of the Mystic Valley Development Commission, completing the Master Plan for the 30 acre mixed-use Rivers Edge project located just north of the Wellington MBTA station. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Suffolk University, and her Master’s degree in Taxation from Bentley University.

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