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DORCHESTER, MA -- Liz Miranda, candidate for 5th Suffolk District Massachusetts State Representative, will be hosting a unique in-district event on Friday, June 29th, from 4-7 PM. In honor of Liz’s 38th birthday on June 29th, Liz and her campaign will be traveling through the 5th Suffolk District, which includes large sections of Dorchester and parts of Roxbury, in a rented ice cream truck. There will be free ice cream for children and adults, as well as music and a chance to speak with the candidate and campaign team. The route’s last scheduled stop is at 6:30 PM at the Kroc Center (Dudley Park area). Press attendance is highly encouraged.

Liz Miranda is a well-known community advocate in the 5th Suffolk District, and has called this district home for her entire life. Recently, she received a community award and a place on a permanent mural at the Yawkey Club of Roxbury. She is the director of the Hawthorne Youth and Community Center in the Jackson Square area, which recently dedicated land to a future community garden. Perhaps Liz’s most famous fundraiser in recent years is the Black Panther Challenge, in which she raised $40,000 to bring 2,000 kids and adults to see the Black Panther movie in theaters.

The Democratic primary election for the 5th Suffolk State Representative seat will be held on September 4th, 2018, the day after Labor Day. The campaign has knocked on thousands of doors and had hundreds of conversations with voters in the district about the district’s greatest challenges and what government can do to help overcome these challenges. Liz’s main focus is on youth development and education, gun safety and reducing violence, and economic development and equality. She is a lifetime community organizer, running a grassroots campaign to build bridges and create lasting change in the 5th Suffolk District.

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