Watch Sue talk about what she's heard on the campaign trail and what she wants to get done in the State Senate.
6/23 - Volunteer Workshop
5/23 - Councilor: Project was not in the city's best interest
I believe elected officials have a responsibility to act on behalf of their constituents, and throughout my eight years as a city councilor I've worked hard to fulfill that responsibility. My recent vote on a requested zoning change reflected overwhelming opposition from the residents of the surrounding neighborhood.
4/4 - Chalifoux Zephir to face Tran again
LEOMINSTER -- At-large City Councilor Sue Chalifoux Zephir submitted nomination papers with the city clerk's office on Tuesday with enough signatures to qualify her for this fall's state Senate race against incumbent Dean Tran.
1/26 - Nomination Papers
Throughout my special election campaign for the Massachusetts Senate last year, people spoke to me about their inability to make ends meet at the minimum wage, how the cost of a college education was keeping them from getting ahead, and about being forced to choose between the job they need and the sick child they love. People should not have to work two or three jobs to earn a living which leaves little time for family.
12/2 - Chalifoux Zephir is advocate for better schools
Sue is a strong supporter of education and for increasing its funding in Boston. I believe that she will work hard to improve the Chapter 70 funding formula that will benefit all schools.
12/2 - Chalifoux Zephir puts families first
Sue Chalifoux Zephir is the only candidate who supports a $15 minimum wage, because no one who works full-time should struggle to feed their family. She also is the only candidate who will stand up for women's health care access and our right to make our own decisions about our families, no matter how much you make or what health insurance you have.
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