Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Morse for Mayor Committee to host Campaign Office Opening Party; Announces 2017 campaign team


The Alex Morse for Mayor campaign will celebrate the official grand reopening of its Campaign Headquarters on Friday, July 14, 2017. The event will be at 5 p.m. at Morse for Mayor Campaign Headquarters (1548 Northampton Street, Holyoke), where six years ago Morse celebrated the first grand opening of his Campaign Headquarters, and has twice since.

Morse’s headquarters opening is a chance to meet the Mayor and join the campaign. “Serving as mayor has been the greatest honor of my life and I would not be here without the work done by our campaign’s volunteers year after year. I’m looking forward to celebrating the beginning of a new campaign season with our dedicated volunteers, both returning and new. I’m thrilled to get out there and knock on doors, having face to face conversations with voters about what matters to them and the progress we’ve made. This campaign is about continuing the work we started six years ago and making sure that Holyoke keeps moving in the right direction,” Morse said. Admission to the event is free and everyone is encouraged and welcome to attend. Pizza, drinks, and refreshments will be served.

Morse’s campaign staff for the 2017 campaign is as follows:

Hannah Bertrand, Campaign Manager
Bertrand is a Northampton native returning to the Valley after graduating from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Most recently Bertrand worked for Hillary for America’s Campus Program in Southwest Ohio.

Theresa Cooper-Gordon & Martin "Marty" Dunn, Co-Chairs
Cooper-Gordon has over 25 years of experience working with people from diverse populations, as an advocate to provide information, resources and to enhance overall qualities of life. In the past she has worked as a social worker for children and families, resident director for the National A Better Chance Program and helped start the Lebron-Wiggins-Pram Cultural Center at Hampshire College. Theresa Currently works for Partners for Community as a family specialist and is also the Chairwoman of Holyoke Housing Authority, which she has served on since 2013.

Dunn is a local attorney and the former Mayor of Holyoke (1987-1991). After serving as mayor, he was elected to the Massachusetts State Senate.

Rosa Pantoja, Treasurer
Pantoja is a Co-Owner of Pantoja’s Tax Service in Holyoke. Additionally, she is the Treasurer of the Board of Directors at Nueva Esperanza. She has served as Morse’s campaign Treasurer since 2015. 

For more information, contact Hannah Bertrand at hannah@morseformayor.com or 413-230-6404.

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