March 20, 2018

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 Anthony Amore Announces Candidacy For Secretary Of The Commonwealth
 

SWAMPSCOTT --  Anthony Amore, Security Director at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and a former Homeland Security professional, today announced his candidacy for Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

“I have long felt a call to public service, and have spent my career protecting both my fellow citizens and some of the public’s most valuable works of art,” said Anthony Amore. “A campaign to serve the people of Massachusetts as Secretary of State is a natural extension of that service. As Secretary, I will modernize our government; ensure our elections are conducted honestly and securely; and foster a culture of efficiency that respects opportunities for economic growth.”

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Amore, a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School, has a diverse background in law enforcement and is an internationally-recognized expert in the fields of security and art theft. Amore has served as a Security Director at the Department of Homeland Security, overseeing and implementing revamped security measures at Logan Airport after the September 11th attacks.

For the past 12 years, Amore has served as the Director of Security and the Chief Investigator at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, managing day to day operations for $2 billion in art holdings. Amore was brought in following a major art theft at the Gardner to lead the investigation for the missing works. He has authored two world-wide best sellers, has been featured in major publications, and awarded a top 20 non-fiction best seller on Amazon.  
Building on Governor Baker’s successful approach to modernizing state government, Amore plans to deliver a fresh perspective and new ideas to the office of Secretary of the Commonwealth.

Amore’s priorities include:

  • Protecting the integrity of our elections

  • Adhering to our public records laws to ensure public access to our government

  • Ensuring the Office of Secretary is a partner in economic growth, not an impediment

Anthony and his two daughters live in Swampscott, Massachusetts. They both attended Swampscott Public Schools.