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    Jesse Gordon for Randolph Town Council > Contribute You may make donations by mail to:
    Committee to Elect Jesse Gordon
    52 West St., Randolph MA 02368

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Please donate to keep Randolph moving forward

On November 7th, you have 1 vote for District Councilor (representing your quarter of Randolph) and 5 votes for Councilors At-Large (representing the entire Town of Randolph).

There are 11 candidates for the 5 Councilor At-Large seats -- it's a real race. What's at stake is whether Randolph continues to move forward -- me and my allies need your vote!

I plan a mailer to every voter in town -- draft is below -- and I could use financial help to mail it to everyone.

If you'd like a yard sign on your lawn or window -- no donation required! -- text me at 617-320-6989.

I'll be out knocking on doors -- including yours, I hope --

Jesse Gordon's planned mailer for October:





    Vote Jesse Gordon for Town Council At-Large on November 7!

    "I got into politics to bring Randolph what we deserve.

    We've won big victories during my first term, but we can't stop now.

    There's more work to do!"

    - Jesse Gordon

Vote Jesse Gordon
for Town Council At-Large
on November 7!

As a Town Councillor, Jesse has fought to get Randolph our fair share -- and won. Jesse has successfully worked to bring the investments we deserve for roads, parks, workforce development, and more. His accomplishments include:

  • Filling potholes and repaving our streets by unlocking millions of state dollars for infrastructure repair
  • Advocating for families by reopening and expanding our parks, with free outdoor recreation for physical and mental health
  • Fighting for environmental justice by opposing the Holbrook Superfund waste site and cleaning our water
  • Making Randolph more accessible by rallying the community in support of a new shuttle bus service.
We need Jesse on the Council so he can keep taking on our toughest challenges, from housing to the environment. Let's keep him in the fight!


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