Rich Haggerty for State Representative is proud to announce and welcome Michael Miele as the Field Operations and Data Analysis Intern. In this position, Michael will be responsible for planning campaign events and organizing voter information.
Michael is heading into his senior year at Reading Memorial High School. As the Vice President of his class, he has a strong interest in politics and history. Michael previously worked with the Volunteer Lawyers Project and was also a State House tour guide for two years. Now he is excited to be part of the campaign to bring Haggerty’s experience and passion to Beacon Hill.
“As a longtime City Council President in Woburn, Rich has worked tirelessly to represent his constituents, strengthen our schools and support small businesses,” said Miele. “Now more than ever we need experienced leaders who know how to build a consensus and to fight for what is right. I’m excited to help him engage with the residents of Woburn and Reading so they can understand what he can do for them on Beacon Hill if given the opportunity.”
“Michael is a great addition to the team,” Haggerty said, “He will bring his knowledge of Reading and his friendly demeanor to the campaign and provide strong support to our voter information group. Michael is a great example of a young person with natural leadership skills and a willingness to learn. It’s great to have him on board.”
Rich Haggerty is currently running for State Representative of the 30th Middlesex District. Rich is a community leader, lifelong Woburn resident and long-time friend of Reading who is running for State Representative to use his experience in the public and private sector to be our community’s common sense voice on Beacon Hill.
For more information about Rich Haggerty, please visit: https://richhaggerty.com