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Rayla Campbell Is Ready To Enforce The Law
While some say Massachusetts might be the most liberal state in the Union, Republican Lt. Governor candidate Rayla Campbell is not going to let that stop her from running for public office.
Campbell joins “After Dark” to discuss her run for public office. She had previously run for Congress back in 2020. During that run, she and her family were physically attacked in Washington DC while attending the Million MAGA March and Stop The Steal March. Luckily with the help of her husband and police, they were protected, but the event frightened her children.
She said the fight is here, and she is ready to fight. Being a mother of three small children and looking at their faces, she knows she has to fight for them and others defenseless in Massachusetts. Campbell noted that as Lt. Governor, she would have control of the Secretary of State’s office, which oversees the elections in the state. And during last year, she said, the Secretary of State broke the law by changing the eligibility requirements for candidates, particularly when it came to her run.
Other things she hopes to affect as Lt. Governor include healthcare, education, immigration reform, and protecting the Bill of Rights.
Rayla Campbell is a native of Boston. She is a candidate for Lieutenant Governor for The Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Her website says she hopes to build a better and stronger Massachusetts that serves everyone. Campbell was Massachusetts Black Voices for Trump Chair, a 2020 Massachusetts Republican delegate for President Trump, and radio talk show host and reporter on WSMN Nashua, NH. She and her husband, John, are raising two daughters and a son in the area.
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