Mass Alliance was excited to endorse Moses Dixon for the 17th Worcester District House seat. Unfortunately, however, he lost his race to incumbent Kate Campanale in the November general election.
The first person in his family to attend college, Moses earned his BA from Howard University and an MA in Community Development and Planning from Clark University. His policy-making experience comes from his time as a legislative aide for Massachusetts Representative Mary S. Keefe, a legislative fellow for the office of Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid, and a legislative intern for the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Budget.
Moses is deeply involved in his community and has a history of progressive organizing work there. His experience includes times as the Public Relations and Community Affairs Officer for CENTRO Inc. and a Professor of State and Local Government at Becker College. He has also served on the board of directors for the Webster Square Business Association, Main South Community Development Corporation, YMCA of Central Massachusetts, and Coes-Zone Task Force.