Anne Landry Receives Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate Distinction

Candidate For State Representative Stands for Common Sense Gun Safety and for Gun Violence Prevention

Reading, MA– Anne Landry has received the Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate distinction from Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. This distinction signals that Anne stands for common sense gun safety and for gun violence prevention.

“I am honored to have earned this distinction,” said Landry. “As a mom and as someone who cares about my community, the epidemic of gun violence in our country concerns me greatly and I am committed to developing sensible solutions to keep our communities, our schools, and our homes safe.”

Almost 1.7 million American children live in homes with guns that are unsecured. Tragically, at least four children are shot and killed every day. These unintentional shootings are easily preventable. Anne will work to develop solutions to prevent these tragedies.

Anne is also committed to keeping victims of domestic abuse safe. Victims of domestic violence are particularly vulnerable to gun violence. Women in the United States are 16 times more likely to be killed by gun violence than women in similarly high-income countries.

Anne Landry is a Democratic candidate for State Representative in the 30th Middlesex District, including wards 2-6 in Woburn and precincts 2-5 in Reading.  With over a decade of experience in public service and having worked on the House and Senate sides of the state legislature, she currently works as Chief Counsel to Senator Brownsberger. Anne earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Spanish from the University of Richmond (graduating summa cum laude) and a Juris Doctorate (with honors) from Emory University School of Law. She lives in Reading with her husband, Ryan, an elementary school music teacher, their 2-year-old son, Michael, and their Labrador retriever, Lucy. For more information about her campaign, visit

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