Local attorney, Dawn Euerofficially launched her campaign for State Senate in District 13, representing Jamestown and Newport, last night at The Fifth Element, to a crowded room of more than one hundred people. 

 

In Euer’s remarks, “I believe that our government can do good things. We can support small businesses and protect our environment and natural resources. We can advance civil rights and work to ensure that no one gets left behind. But we can only accomplish these things if there are good people in government working hand in hand with the communities they serve. We need leaders who are rooted in our communities and have a proven track record of creating positive change in Jamestown, Newport and Rhode Island. And that’s why I am running for State Senate. 
 

Euer had several volunteers on hand to help people sign up to join her team. She added “This is a grassroots campaign, fueled by the energy and enthusiasm of this great community. And together, with a lot of hard work and determination, we can win!” 

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