Greek-American Candidate for Congress Natalia Linos Needs Your Support

BOSTON, MA – Greek-American Dr. Natalia Linos is running for Congress in Massachusetts’ 4th District. She shared the following update on her campaign, via email: 

“Great news! The independent predictive analytics firm, Deck, just posted their forecast on the Democratic Congressional Primary and I’m in close 2nd place!

“As the leading female candidate, I’m so excited that our campaign focused on science and equity is resonating with voters across the District. 

“But I need your help. A few other campaigns will have over $1 million to spend in the next few weeks on TV ads and outreach. Our momentum is built on grassroots organizing and hundreds of volunteers who are committed to seeing a progressive scientist win this race.

“Can you chip in $25 today to help elect MA-04’s first Congresswoman?”

As an epidemiologist, experienced public servant and mother of three, Linos has the expertise and proven track record to put science and equity at the heart of our country's decision-making.

More information about helping to support Linos’ campaign is available online: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/natalia-for-congress-1 and on her website: www.nataliaforcongress.com.

If preferred, mail a check, payable to: "Natalia Linos for Congress" to P.O. Box 470581, Brookline Village, MA 02447.


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