Valentino Capobianco, current member of the Winthrop School Committee, officially announced his candidacy for the 19th Suffolk district seat of the Massachusetts House of Representatives cleared by house spokesman Robert A DeLeo The district includes Winthrop and parts of Revere The special election date has not been set

“During my time in the State House and as a member of the Winthrop School Committee, I have spent my entire career trying to make our community and the entire Commonwealth of Massachusetts a better place. I am running for a state executive to run our public schools to improve and help our small businesses and working families rebuild from the pandemic, ”said Capobianco

“Speaker DeLeo leaves a rich public service legacy and is missed by the people of Revere, Winthrop and the entire Commonwealth. I had the pleasure of working for Speaker DeLeo after graduating from college Take the call, listen to the problem, then solve the problem when the phone rings. I’ll make sure that Speaker DeLeo’s legacy of delivering for Winthrop and Revere continues ”

Capobianco is currently Senator Paul R’s Chief of Staff In addition to serving on the Winthrop School Committee for the past five years, Feeney (D-Foxboro) Capobianco was also an elected member of the Massachusetts Democratic State Committee and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Shore Educational Collaborative and the speaker DeLeo Capobianco, a graduate of Winthrop High School and Suffolk University, is 32 years old and lives with his dog Bernie at 53 Prospect Ave in Winthrop

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