Whelan Picks Up Another Endorsement

State Representative Timothy Whelan (R-Brewster) has announced that his campaign for re-election has been endorsed by the Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA).  The MTA represents approximately 110,000 members in almost 400 local associations, including the public school and college teacher unions in the 1st Barnstable District.     

“Tim Whelan is on the right course regarding issues crucial to students and educators,” said MTA President Merrie Najimy, “As a state representative, he is an advocate for public education at all levels. He demonstrates a deep understanding of the connection between strong public schools, excellent public colleges and universities, and thriving communities. MTA members are recommending Tim Whelan in the 1st Barnstable district.”

"As the husband, son, brother, nephew, son-in-law, and nephew of public school educators, I am proud beyond words to receive the endorsement of the MTA", Rep. Whelan stated.  "My commitment remains solidly with the women and men who work hard every day to educate and mentor our children, through their hard work and commitment to enriching our next generation of leaders in the Commonwealth".

Rep. Whelan is serving in his second term serving the 1st Barnstable District in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.  He serves as the Ranking member on the Joint Committee on Public Service.  He also serves on the House Committee on Ways & Means and on the Joint Committee on Higher Education.

His campaign has previously been endorsed by:

-Cape Cod Times

-Massachusetts Nurses Association

-National Federation of Independent Businesses

-Professional Fire Fighters of Massachusetts

-Massachusetts Coalition of Police

-New England Police Benevolent Association

-Massachusetts Organization of State Engineers & Scientists

-Barnstable Fire Fighters  IAFF Local 3276

-Brewster Fire Fighters    IAFF Local 3763

-Dennis Fire Fighters    IAFF Local 2583

-Yarmouth Fire Fighters    IAFF Local 2122

-Brewster Police Union


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