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Barber begins run for Ward 4 alderman

Posted by Marcia Dick  May 24, 2011 10:00 AM

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The following was submitted by the Barber for Alderman Campaign:

christine.jpgChristine Barber officially began her campaign to represent Somerville’s Ward 4 on the Board of Alderman by picking up nomination papers Monday morning from the Somerville Elections Department.
 
Barber stated that she will be an advocate for Ward 4's neighborhoods on the Board of Aldermen, focusing on priorities ranging from transportation and affordable housing to public safety and economic development.

"As Alderman, I will work to bring people together," said Barber.  "This campaign is about the residents of Ward 4 and families across Somerville – their priorities and their concerns."
 
To learn more about Christine Barber and her campaign for Ward 4 Alderman, visit: ChristineBarber4Somerville.com.
 
About Christine Barber:
 
Christine Barber has spent her career advocating for working families and local communities.  For the past four years, Christine has worked at Community Catalyst as Senior Policy Analyst.  She works with local and state advocates focused on improving the health care system, providing in-depth analysis and strategic counsel.  She listens to patients’ problems with the health care system and finds solutions to improve health care access and coverage.  Community Catalyst is a national advocacy organization that gives consumers a voice in our health care system, providing leadership and support to state and local consumer organizations and policymakers to create high-quality, affordable health care for everyone.  Prior to working at Community Catalyst, Christine served as Research Analyst for the Committee on Health Care Financing in the Massachusetts State Legislature, working on budget analysis and the state's landmark health care law.  Christine also previously worked for former State Representative Anne Paulsen of Belmont.  Christine earned her Masters of Public Administration from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and her Bachelor's degree from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester.
 

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