Katherine proudly serves the Fifth District of Massachusetts. In Congress, she brings her experience as a state senator, state representative, general counsel for the Massachusetts Office of Child Care Services, and policy chief for the state attorney general. Katherine’s career in public service is driven by her commitment to helping children and families succeed. She is a vocal advocate for ending wage discrimination, protecting women’s health care, access to affordable, high-quality child care, paid family leave, safer schools, and other reforms to address the challenges women and families face. Katherine knows that is it is time for the voices of families and individuals to stop being drowned out by the babel of lobbyists and special interests. She advocates for campaign finance reform in order to end the glaring disconnect between the needs of families at home and priorities in Washington.
Candidate for Minnesota's 2nd District