Landry Releases Campaign Launch Video “Home”

Reading, MA — Anne Johnson Landry, Democratic candidate for State Representative of the 30th Middlesex District, released her campaign launch video, “Home”. In the video, Landry emphasizes her extensive experience working in the Massachusetts legislature and her efforts with the successful Yes for Reading campaign.

“I’m running because I feel truly called to public service. I have over a decade of experience. I’ve worked on both the House and Senate sides of the state legislature and I can hit the ground running on day one as the next State Representative for Reading and Woburn,” stated Landry. With over a decade of public service, Landry knows how to listen to constituents and address their concerns through the legislative process.

“Reading and Woburn, to me, mean home. This is the community where my husband and I decided to begin our lives together and to start a family. We have so much invested here and I’m ready to do the work to make sure our district is a great one for many, many years to come,” Landry declared.

With this video, Landry hopes to demonstrate to the voters of the 30th Middlesex District her robust experience drafting, advocating for, and working to pass significant pieces of legislation, as well as her passion for working together with others to build strong communities in Woburn and Reading. With Landry, Woburn and Reading will have a full-time State Representative who is committed, compassionate, and cares about our communities.

ABOUT ANNE JOHNSON LANDRY: Landry is a candidate for the 30th Middlesex District seat to represent the communities of Woburn and Reading. Landry earned a Bachelor’s degree in political science and Spanish from the University of Richmond and a Doctorate of Laws from Emory University School of Law. Landry serves on the Reading Finance Committee and as an elected Town Meeting Member. She currently works as Chief Counsel to Senator Will Brownsberger. Landry lives in Reading with her husband Ryan, who is a public elementary school music teacher, their son, Michael, and their Labrador retriever, Lucy.  For more information or to get involved with the campaign, visit:

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