News & Events

On the Campaign Trail

October 21, 2018 Door Knocking with Congressional Candidate Peter Tedeschi

September 22, 2018 - Leominster Johnny Appleseed Festival

September 14, 2018 - Homecoming Reception at the Weymouth Elks

August 23-25, 2018 - Statewide Tour with our Slate of Gamechanging Candidates

August 2, 2018 - Meeting Foxboro and Sharon Voters

On the campaign trail

July 23, 2018 - Helen on the trail at White Horse Beach

On the campaign trail

July 4, 2018 - Helen meets with Plymouth voters at the Plymouth Independence day Parade! 

On the campaign trail

June 20, 2018 - Helen Kicks Off her Campaign for State Auditor


Give 'Em Helen Kickoff Reception

The Committee to Elect Helen Brady cordially invites you to the:

Give 'Em Helen Campaign Kickoff Reception

Wednesday, June 20, 2018, 6-8pm
Trail's End Cafe
97 Lowell Road
Concord MA

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On the campaign trail

June 10, 2018 - Helen meets with Massachusetts voters in Charlestown on Bunker Hill Day


Massachusetts GOP 2018 State Convention


Read Helen Brady's Speech

"My father’s enduring spirit is and always has been the wind beneath my wings. It’s because of him that I have gotten involved in public service. He fought for our values, and for our democratic system of government. The least I can do is honor his memory and give back to my country and this Commonwealth, by throwing my hat in the ring and making our democracy stronger. That’s why I’m honored and proud to accept your nomination for State Auditor."

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Gloucester Daily Times

Boston Pops biz director Brady running for auditor as Republican

A Concord Republican is making a bid for state auditor, pointing to her experience as a nonprofit executive and status as a "political outsider."

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Lowell SUn

Auditor candidate Brady wants to serve on Baker's "deeper bench"

"Let's face it, Massachusetts has in Charlie Baker the Tom Brady of governors. He needs a fearless slot receiver like me, who won't back down," Helen Brady said. "He needs a team player who will tackle tough issues and help him deliver a better state government for all of us."

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On the campaign trail

Ladies Luncheon with Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito and First Lady Lauren Baker!

Press Release


Brady Qualifies to be on the November Ballot

June 1, 2018 - Helen Brady, candidate for State Auditor has secured over 5,000 certified signatures to be qualified as a candidate for the November General Election. "I am very excited and honored to officially be on the ballot for State Auditor. It is about time that we, the taxpayers, take an active role in how our hard earned money is being spent by the powerful Beacon Hill politicians. That is why a private citizen like myself has chosen to get into this race. Voters can be assured that I will take an aggressive role in rooting out wasteful spending and stand up for the taxpayers of Massachusetts," said Brady. 

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Press Release

Brady Reacts To Bump's Gubernatorial Endorsement 

Helen Brady, candidate for Massachusetts State Auditor today responded to Auditor Suzanne Bump's decision to wade into a partisan political battle in the governor's race:

"Auditor Bump needs to spend less time on partisan politics in other statewide races, and more time getting her own house in order," said Brady. "Taxpayers deserve real and honest answers about her office's abuse of public resources to benefit her own campaign. Auditor Bump has a history of advancing her political interests on the backs of the taxpayers, and so her decision to wade into another political battle shows she just doesn't have her priorities straight."

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Mass Live

Republican Helen Brady announced that she will run against Massachusetts auditor Suzanne Bump, a Democrat, in the 2018 election

"I am stunned at the State Auditor's inability to play an active and aggressive role in rooting out waste, fraud, and abuse," Helen Brady said in a statement. "The Auditor's refusal to stand up and fight for taxpayers is made all the more shameful by her willingness to accept a massive increase to her taxpayer-funded salary."

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