ANDOVER, MA – Underscoring that Dan Koh will be a “strong advocate for working families,” President of the Marlborough City Council Ed Clancy today endorsed Koh in the 3rd District Congressional race. Clancy has served on the Marlborough City Council since 2002. He also has served as the Chairman of the Marlborough Conservation Commission for the past three decades, and has been a member of the Commission for fifty years. Prior to his election to City Council, Clancy worked as an assistant principal and science teacher at Marlborough High School.
“I am proud to endorse Dan,” said Clancy. “I was born and raised in Marlborough, and have spent most of my life working in this great city. I am supporting Dan because he will be a strong advocate for working families in Marlborough and across the Third District. In Congress, Dan will work to create economic growth, improve our healthcare system, and protect our environment.”
“I am honored to have Ed’s support,” stated Koh. “Ed has been a dedicated public servant and has worked tirelessly on conservation efforts throughout Marlborough. Like Ed, I believe that we have to safeguard our natural resources. As Congressman, I will fight to preserve the beautiful public lands and wildlife of the Third District.”
About Dan Koh
A native of Andover of Korean-Lebanese descent whose great-grandparents came to Lawrence over a century ago, Dan is dedicated to preserving the American Dream that made his own story possible. Dan most recently served as Chief of Staff to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, where he managed 18,000 employees and a $3 billion budget during one of the most prosperous four-year stretches in Boston’s history. In Congress, Dan will stand up to President Trump and promote universal healthcare and a forward-looking jobs program so that everyone can get ahead.