"I first met Ember several years ago when I was campaigning door-to-door during my run for the MTSD school board. Our conversation, upon this initial meeting, immediately went deep. Ember has really thought through the issues that impact working families and struggling students. She approaches problem-solving with empathy and creativity. She routinely shows up at school board meetings to advocate for justice in our schools. I am proud to endorse Ember Quinn as a state representative for Milton."
"In thriving communities citizens have their basic needs met and more - they are supported, included, empowered, and heard. Ember Quinn is running on a platform that ensures basic needs are met for all through a livable wage, affordable housing, access to healthcare, and participation in equitable education. I endorse Ember Quinn because there is no question that her platform will be elevated by that foundation to amplify community voices and allow us to thrive as a town and state. I am confident that Ember will advocate - unapologetic and unafraid - until we are all heard."
Some of the things I value most about Ember are her honesty, her ability to connect, her intense curiosity and her strong desire for equity. Ember's vocal and loving presence in the Milton community, in both the schools and in the streets, has paved the way for those who often have been rendered voiceless in the community to be heard. Her commitment to listening to anyone who wants to engage with her with a compassionate and thoughtful ear would make her an ideal candidate to represent the town of Milton. Ember is committed to hearing from her community and being their voice at the state level.
Her platform is one of progressive policies that are vital to the community, state and nation at this time. She will be an excellent representative who is invested completely in her community and will work tirelessly to represent the people.
An amazing music video by TenorDad! This campaign is about change, and what better way to show that than with a rendition of the 1965 civil rights gospel hit "People Get Ready" by the Impressions!
A time-lapse video by Han Pendunkten featuring one of our stickers!
All Things LGBTQ Interview Show: Becca Balint, Ember Quinn, & Brenda Churchill.
Andrew and Elizabeth Patterson, past Milton residents and infinitely talented musicians, perform an original song "The Hour" in support of our campaign!
"Miss Ember, Mommy told me about your running for office to help lots of people. I figured you could use this to help others. I think you're really special! I saved this dollar all summer! I hope you know how much my mommy and I believe in you. I love and miss you so much! Love, Lucille"
"Hey Ember, I want to send love and support your way!! It's days like today that I hope you know how many supportive friends you have. Your team of TRUE friends will always rally around you to support and love you.
You are so strong. So inspiring and so incredibly important.
I appreciate your stories, your articles and your honesty. I share many of them with my own children (age 13, and 10) as my small way of strengthening our community and the future thereof."
"I had a look at that other guys voting history, and I just want to say that there is absolutely no competition between you and the other two. I didn’t think there would be, but you definitely have my vote. Unfortunately some Milton people do not feel the way I do, but a lot do and we can definitely push a better agenda for our town. I’m so glad you’re running!
"Oh you can bet your beautiful face I'm registered to vote!!!!! I just love you! You are one of the strongest women I know! You my friend are nothing short of Amazing!!!! "
"Sweet! You've got my vote! It's about time Milton gets a decent rep!"
"Hi Ember. We have met in passing several times over the past year or so. Last night we met at the protest - you lent my daughter your parasol (thank you). I just wanted to say that I’ve admired you for a long time, for your willingness to speak out and just be yourself. People like you are the role models I want for my daughter and also what I aspire to. I’m so glad you are running for office and so excited to hopefully run into you more in the future and get to know you better."
"I've seen you on FB, on the bus, and around town. I would love to know more about your campaign. From your posts I have seen, we seem to be similarly minded and we need good representation for Milton."