AMORE OFFICIALLY ON THE BALLOT - TURNS IN 8000 SIGNATURES

“I’m excited to be on November’s ballot as a candidate for Secretary of the Commonwealth. It’s another step towards my goal of bringing efficiency, integrity, and true transparency to that office”

AMORE TURNS IN SIGNATURES 

May 31, 2018

Boston, MA -- Current Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Director of Security and former Federal Agent, Anthony Amore has turned in the appropriate signatures to appear on the general election ballot come November. Mr. Amore's campaign turned in close to 8000 certified signatures, soaring past the 5000 needed to qualify as a candidate. “I’m excited to be on November’s ballot as a candidate for Secretary of the Commonwealth. It’s another step towards my goal of bringing efficiency, integrity, and true transparency to that office” said Mr. Amore. "I want to effectively administer government and deliver excellent customer service. Today we are closer to bringing people who interact with the State a fresh perspective and a chance for real leadership."

Anthony Amore has fifteen years of national security, regulatory, intelligence, and crisis management experience with federal government agencies. He was instrumental in the reorganization and regionalization of national homeland security efforts post-September 11th. He frequently provides analysis on local and national media outlets such as WGBH, BBC, NBC News, NPR, CNN, FOX, and others.