Massachusetts Nurses Association (MNA) Endorses Brazilian Democrat for State Representative in the 37th Middlesex District

February 27, 2020


Sandy Ellis
Massachusetts Nurses Association (MNA)
340 Turnpike St, Canton, MA 02021

Acton – The Massachusetts Nurses Association (MNA) is pleased to endorse progressive democrat Danillo “Dan” Sena, for State Representative in the 37th Middlesex District.

We have worked previously with Sena when he was the District Director for State Senator Jamie Eldridge. Sena has been a public servant at the State House for six years, serving as the liaison for healthcare, nurses, immigration, and human services for Senator Eldridge, so he’ll be able to lead as a State Representative for the 37th Middlesex District on Day One.

“The MNA is excited to endorse Dan Sena for State Representative,” said Donna Kelly-Williams, RN and president of the Massahusetts Nurses Association. “Dan will be a strong advocate for nurses and patients, fighting to preserve essential healthcare services in the communities he represents and across the state.”

Dan supports and will fight for Medicare For All and will stand for greater transparency in the House of Representatives, including making his committee votes public, standing for roll call votes, and advocating for rules reform to improve transparency for House bills and debates.

MNA believes that Dan Sena will serve as an excellent leader in giving voice to nurses and healthcare in the Commonwealth.

We are proud to support Danillo Sena for State Representative in the 37th Middlesex District.

For more information on Dan’s campaign, please visit, contact his campaign manager, Monica Burke, at, campaign number 978-201-0925, or check out his Facebook page Dan Sena for State Representative. The Democratic primary is on Super Tuesday, March 3rd, and the 37th Middlesex District includes the towns of Acton (Precincts 3, 4, and 5), Ayer (Precinct 2), Boxborough, Harvard, Lunenburg (Precincts A, C, and D), and Shirley.

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