Fundraising Haul Nears What Some Previous Republican Candidates Raised Throughout Entire Campaign Season
5th Middlesex District Includes Malden, Melrose, Reading, Stoneham, Wakefield, and part of Winchester
WAKEFIELD – State Senate Candidate Ed Dombroski, an attorney, small business owner, and Wakefield town councilor, today announced his campaign raised more than $30,000 in its first month.
The fundraising haul nearly reaches what some previous 5th Middlesex state Senate candidates raised their entire campaign. Dombroski announced March 1 that he is running for the state Senate seat representing the communities of Malden, Melrose, Reading, Stoneham, Wakefield, and Winchester.
“I’m extremely proud that our message of bringing all voices to Beacon Hill is resonating,” Dombroski said. “On one hand, raising money is the least glamorous part of running for office. On the other, we know how important it is to gather the necessary resources to ensure we can reach voters and share our message of working in partnership, across party lines, to get things done for the people of the 5th Middlesex District and Massachusetts.”
Dombroski, first elected in 2017, is currently serving his second term on the Wakefield Town Council. He previously served as Chairperson on the Town Council. As a Trustee of the Massachusetts Bar Foundation (and recently elected to leadership as Secretary), Dombroski helps oversee grantmaking of millions of dollars each year to expand access to legal services to many underserved populations. He previously served on the Board of Directors for RESPOND, Inc., New England’s first domestic violence agency. He is also actively involved with the work of Wakefield Alliance Against Violence (WAAV) and the Stoneham-Wakefield Boys and Girls Club.
Dombroski is the Managing Partner of Travers Dombroski, a full-service family law practice. For two decades, Dombroski has helped families navigate some of life’s most difficult challenges as a family law attorney. Dombroski represents clients throughout Massachusetts and from across the country and around the world in matters in the Massachusetts state and Federal Courts.
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