BOSTON - Mike Lake (D-Boston), democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor, announced today that he earned the endorsements of two term State Rep. Paul Brodeur and four term Mayor Robert Dolan, both of Melrose. Brodeur also represents parts of Malden and Wakefield.
Brodeur said, "Mike Lake understands that we are competing in a global economy. Mike will use his unique experience and skills to attract jobs and investment back to Massachusetts. He is a son of Melrose and we are proud to call him our own."
"As an experienced mayor, I know first hand that cities and towns need a strong partner in the administration. Mike has the skills and leadership ability to be that partner," said Dolan
"I am honored to have the support of two leaders from the community where I was raised," said Lake. "They truly are an example to all those in public service."
Lake was appointed by President Clinton as Special Assistant for White House Operations and is the President and CEO of Leading Cities, an international organization that focuses on exchanging solutions to municipal challenges and creating jobs through business development. Lake was also endorsed by three term Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis and his wife Kitty.