“Rollins is the best choice.” — The Boston Globe



  • Teamsters, Local 25
  • MBTA Police Association
  • Janice Loux, First Female President of UNITE HERE Local 26
  • Boston Wards 4, 11, 12, and 19
  • Chelsea Ward 4


  • Massachusetts State Senator William N. Brownsberger, chief architect of the recent comprehensive criminal justice reform bill, and Chairperson of the Joint Committee of the Judiciary
  • Senator Sonia Chang-Díaz (D – Boston, 2nd Suffolk), Senate Chair of the Joint Committee on Education, Vice Chair of the Joint Committee on the Judiciary, and Assistant Vice Chair of Senate Ways & Means
  • Boston City Council President Andrea Campbell
  • Boston City Councilor Kim Janey
  • Boston City Councilor Lydia Edwards
  • Chelsea City Councilor At-Large Leo Robinson
  • Chelsea City Councilor At-Large Roy Avellaneda
  • Chelsea City Councilor Joe Perlatonda (District 3)
  • Chelsea City Councilor Giovanni A. Recupero (District 6)
  • Fmr. Boston City Councilor Charles Yancey
  • Fmr. Representative Marie St. Fleur (5th Suffolk)
  • Fmr. Representative Doris Bunte (7th Suffolk)
  • Fmr. Boston City Councillor Tito Jackson


  • Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus
  • Justice for Massachusetts PAC (includes over 30 organizations)
  • Progressive Democrats of Massachusetts
  • Progressive Massachusetts
  • Mass Alliance
  • West Roxbury/Roslindale Progressives
  • JP Progressives
  • Right to the City Vote (includes 12 organizations)
  • Chinese Progressive Political Action
  • Mijente
  • Our Revolution Boston


  • Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, Associate Justice Geraldine S. Hines (Ret.), the first black woman to serve on the SJC
  • Feminist Maria Jobin-Leeds
  • Monica Cannon-Grant, Activist and CEO and Founder of Violence in Boston
  • African American Coalition Committee, MCI-Norfolk
  • Long Termers Group, MCI-Shirley
  • African Heritage Coalition, MCI-Shirley
  • American Veterans in Prison, MCI-Shirley
  • Latino Hispanic Heritage Group, MCI-Shirley
  • Adam Foss, Former ADA and Criminal Justice Reform Icon
  • Professor Ronald Sullivan, Harvard Law School, Director of the HLS Criminal Justice Institute
  • Sarah-Ann Shaw, First Black female anchor in Boston’s history


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