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“The MWPC PAC is proud to endorse Martha Bixby. Martha is a proven leader with a strong track record that reflects our core values of representative governance, reproductive freedom, and civil rights for all.
Martha is a bold change maker who will act with care, urgency, and competence to represent all of us as Newton City Councilor, Ward 6. A vote for Martha is a vote for our state’s brighter future.”

  • Shannon Montanez, Chair of the MWPC PAC Board of Directors.

"Martha ha[s] been endorsed by Progressive Newton for this election. [She] stand for progressive values like bold action on climate, making our community welcoming for all, and building infrastructure that is equitable and accessible." 

  • Progressive Newton


“The ELM Action Fund is proud to support Martha Bixby for City Council in Newton’s Ward 6. Our endorsement reflects her commitment to expanding green spaces and reducing fossil fuel reliance in the city.”

  • Casey Bowers, Executive Director of the ELM Action Fund.


"Martha demonstrates a commitment to VVN’s goals - that Newton remains an open and welcoming city, with vibrant village centers, environmentally sustainable living, and a solid fiscal footing."

  • Voters for a Vibrant Newton

"Martha Bixby will be a great Ward Councilor. She has shown strong commitment to building community and solving issues through her work as a PTO President and her involvement in Newton Neighbors. I look forward to working with Martha on City Council."

  • Ward 6 At-Large Councilor Alicia Bowman 


“I am delighted that Martha is running for the Ward 6 Ward Councilor seat and am pleased to offer her my strong endorsement. She will stand strong for the progressive values we need to move our great City forward!”

  • Ward 6 At-Large Councilor Vicki Danberg 


“Martha is always out in our villages, at local events, and out talking with people. As a former ward councilor, I know what it takes and Martha has that commitment to our community. “ 

  • Former Ward 5 Councilor John Rice

"Newton needs Martha on the Council to continue the work she has started as a citizen.”

  • City Council President Susan Albright

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"Martha's dedication to Newton is clear, and as a parent of Newton Public Schools students I know she will prioritize the city's investments in the schools. She will also work with neighboring communities for the best for us all." 

  • State Representative Christopher Worrell

Community leaders:

Marcia Cooper

Jennifer Martin

Jack Lovett

Dr. Kate Wissel

Barbara John

Marion Pollack

Ellie Axe

Sunwoo Kahng

Emily St. Martin

Laura Towvim

Dr. Nancy Zollers

Sean Roche

Leonore Linsky

Nilay Kafali

Jenn Pucci

Kara Peterson

Sanda Kogan

Jeffrey Swope

David Rockwell

Beth Polasky

Susan Paley

Marian Knapp 

And many more.... list updating soon!

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City Council President Susan Albright

Council Vice President Rick Lipof

Councilor Vicki Danberg

Councilor Alicia Bowman

Councilor Brenda Noel

Councilor Deb Crossley

Councilor Bill Humphrey

Councilor Andreae Downs

Councilor Holly Ryan

Councilor Alison Leary Mooradian

Councilor Andrea Kelley 

Former Ward 5 Councilor John Rice

School Committee Member Emily Prenner

Former School Committee Member Ruth Goldman

State Representative Kay Khan

State Representative Christopher Worrell

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