|Governor of Massachusetts|
|Place of birth||Los Angeles, CA|
|Profession||Former Boston Globe columnist|
- Bachelor's: Harvard University
- JD: Harvard University
Kayyem ran for election to the office of Governor. Kayyem sought the Democratic nomination at the convention, but did not achieve the necessary 15% backing to secure a place on the primary ballot. The general election takes place November 4, 2014.
Kayyem released a statement when she announced her entrance to the race: “My motivation is what motivates every person in Massachusetts: to protect and strengthen our families and communities. Ultimately, this is our common calling. Whether the challenge comes from economic hardship, violence, illness, global climate change or the increasingly complex world our children will inherit, the measure of us as a people comes down to how well we prepare and protect each other.”
Some of the themes Kayyem's campaign focused on:
- Integration of technology in education
- Massachusetts Infrastructure
- Clean Energy
- Preparation of the state for the effects of climate change.
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- Washington Post, Juliette Kayyem becomes 2nd former Obama official to run for Mass. governor, August 21, 2013
- Facebook, Info, accessed August 22, 2013
- Boston Globe, "Steve Grossman gets Democrats’ nod at convention," June 15, 2014
- Boston Globe, Juliette Kayyem announces run for Mass. governor, August 21, 2013
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