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MEET RICK GREEN
Rick Green is the Co-Founder and CEO of 1A Auto, one of the country’s largest online auto parts companies.
Rick and his brother Mike founded 1A to help people repair their own cars. Rick knows what it takes to build a company, create jobs, and improve the lives of those living in his community. He plans to take those same ideas, expand them, and implement them nationwide. Rick is dedicated to delivering a government that empowers economic growth.
Rick is dedicated to creating jobs, spurring economic development, and tackling the opioid crisis by focusing efforts on treatment, prevention and education about the harmful effects of drugs.
Now that the dust has settled on the MA3 race, I’d like to share my final remarks of congratulations to the winner and appreciation of our supporters.
Sometimes it is good to get more than one perspective on a person running for Congress because the whole truth is more complicated and less misleading than a few words or phrases in the daily news.
“I am proud to endorse Rick Green for the 3rd Congressional District seat,” says Governor Charlie Baker.
Titled “Pasha’s Story,” the ad is a 3-minute vignette that tells the touching story of how Rick welcomed a Russian-born immigrant into not only the 1A Auto family but into his own family when Pasha married Rick’s sister after attending a Green Thanksgiving meal.
The Green campaign announced today that Rick Green will host a series of Town Hall Meetings across MA3.
“I am honored to endorse Rick Green for Congress. Rick understand the needs of our area and I have no doubt that he will work tirelessly to help the 3rd district succeed. His ideas on economic development, infrastructure improvements, education, and more are all desperately needed in our part of the Commonwealth, and I am certain that Rick is the candidate who can get the job done. I am proud to say that I am going Green in 18.”
"The people of Massachusetts want their elected officials to focus on issues that impact their day-to-day lives" said Green. "The roads and bridges in our district need to be fixed, now. In Congress, I'll make infrastructure a top priority."