Press ReleaseSonia Chang-Díaz releases plan for quality, debt-free, universal public education from birth into adulthood
Educators, parents and policy experts herald platform as monumental step to close racial and economic disparities.
PlanCOVID-19 Response Priorities: Massachusetts Needs Consistent, Proactive Plan to Protect Public Health
The Delta variant is a public health risk all across our state, threatening lives and the hard-won progress we’ve made toward economic and social normalcy — yet the Baker-Polito Administration continues to hedge and pass the buck. It’s past time for a consistent, cohesive, proactive statewide response.
Chang-Díaz calls for immediate statewide action to protect kids & families.
Sonia Chang-Díaz released the following statement today in response to the bombshell Boston Globe Spotlight investigation that details life-threatening abuse of power and deceit at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center.
State Sen. Sonia Chang-Diaz has lined up a dozen key endorsements from progressives on Beacon Hill and local city politics in her bid to become the next governor, her campaign announced.
A call for a more aggressive approach to everything from climate change to education funding seems likely to frame the liberal Jamaica Plain state senator’s campaign for governor, which she launched last week with a three-minute video describing her as a fighter willing to take on the status quo.
State Senator Sonia Chang-Díaz declared her candidacy for Governor of Massachusetts on Wednesday, June 23, 2021. Sonia started her run with a full schedule of stops across Massachusetts, culminating in a campaign kick-off with supporters on Wednesday afternoon. Watch Sonia’s remarks from the campaign kick-off here.
Chang-Díaz calls for end to Beacon Hill delays, new urgency for working families.
NewsState Senator Sonia Chang-Díaz, veteran progressive lawmaker, launches bid for Massachusetts governor
A favorite among young activists, the 43-year-old is staking a firm claim on the primary's progressive lane. Now in her seventh term representing a swath of Boston, the former teacher and first Latina elected to the state Senate has spent her years on Beacon Hill focused on education and criminal justice reform.