Katie has been endorsed for Register of Deeds by:
Massachusetts Attorney General – Maura Healey
“Katie Forde has demonstrated her commitment to advancing our shared values as a passionate activist and leader and I’m honored to endorse her as the next Register of Deeds,” said Attorney General Healey. “She will be a strong partner in government and a chief advocate for consumers, homeowners and economic justice, particularly as families and seniors face a deepening housing crunch across Massachusetts.”
Boston City Councilor At-Large – Annissa Essaibi George
Councilor Essaibi George is one of 4 Boston City Councilors elected citywide. She is a small business owner, a former public school teacher, and a mother of 4. She grew up in Dorchester and serves on the Dorchester House Health Center Board of Directors and Dorchester Day Parade Committee.
Boston City Councilor, District 6 – Matt O’Malley
Councilor O’Malley represents West Roxbury and most of Jamaica Plain, as well as parts of Roslindale, Roxbury, and Mission Hill on the Boston City Council.
Boston City Councilor, District 7 – Kim Janey
Councilor Janey represents District 7 which includes Roxbury, with parts of the South End, Dorchester, and Fenway.
State Representative – Russell Holmes
Rep. Holmes represents Massachusetts’ Sixth Suffolk District which includes a portion of the communities of Dorchester, Mattapan, Hyde Park, Roslindale, and Jamaica Plain. He is the former chair of the Black and Latino Caucus and currently serves on the Joint Ways & Means Committee.
State Representative – Liz Malia
Rep Malia represents represents the Eleventh Suffolk district, which includes parts of the Boston neighborhoods of Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, Roxbury and Dorchester. In the legislature, she serves as Chair of the Joint Committee on Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
State Senator – Sonia Chang-Diaz
Senator Chang-Díaz represents the Second Suffolk District, which is comprised of all or part of the Boston neighborhoods of Dorchester, Jamaica Plain, Hyde Park, Mattapan, Mission Hill, Roslindale, Roxbury, and the South End. Senator Chang-Díaz serves as the Senate Chair of the Joint Committee on Education.
Revere School Committee Member – Carol A. Tye
School Committee Member Carol Tye is a former superintendent of Revere Public Schools and is currently serving as a member of the Revere School Committee.
Boston Ward 4 Democratic Committee – Back Bay, South End, and Fenway
“The Boston Ward 4 Democratic Committee is proud to endorse Katie Forde for Register of Deeds. Katie brings a fresh perspective and a keen understanding of the role that the office can play in combating the systemic wealth gaps in Suffolk County. We know that we can trust Katie to protect the consumers of Suffolk County and to lobby the State House for progressive policies to address the housing crisis and to secure greater funding for the Community Preservation Act. She sees the potential that exists in the office, and we need more elected officials like that.”
Boston Ward 5 Democratic Committee – Beacon Hill, Bay Village, Back Bay, South End, Chinatown and Fenway
Boston Ward 10 Democratic Committee – Jamaica Plain and Mission Hill
Boston Ward 11 Democratic Committee – Jamaica Plain and Roxbury
Boston Ward 12 Democratic Committee – Roxbury
Boston Ward 19 Democratic Committee – Jamaica Plain and Roslindale