Sean Reid becomes first School Committee candidate to qualify for Lynn ballot

Sean Reid has become the first School Committee candidate to successfully obtain the verified signatures necessary to be listed on the ballot in the Lynn municipal elections this fall.

“I want to express my sincere gratitude to all of the Lynn voters who signed my nomination papers, as well as my team for their tireless efforts in helping to collect them,” said Reid “We are excited about the next phase of the campaign, which will include listening and learning from the residents of Lynn to understand their concerns and ideas for improving our education system.”

Sean was able to submit the 350 required signatures less than 2 weeks after nomination papers were available on March 20th. He says that the hard work that he and his supporters have put in this part of the campaign is an indication of the type of effort that he wants to lead with as a potential School Committee Member.

“I believe that every student in Lynn deserves access to a  high-quality education, and I am committed to working with these students, families, educators, and other stakeholders to make significant progress towards this,” said Reid

Sean added he is running to bring a new generation of leadership to Lynn Public Schools by advocating for improvements that will create a true 21st century public education system. His campaign platforms focused on building and improving schools, becoming a more inclusive system, bettering pathways to higher education and jobs, expanding pre-k.

Sean attended Lynn Public Schools from K-12. He is a graduate of North Shore Community College, Amherst College, and is currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration and Affairs at Merrimack College. His wife Kelsey is a teacher and coach, as well as a Lynn Teachers Union Building

Sean serves as District Director for Senator Brendan Crighton and is involved in a number of organizations throughout the City including the Rotary Club, the Alumni & Friends of Lynn Classical High School, Kayak and Sail Lynn, and the Shannon Collaborative.

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