Story Continued Below A close ally of former President Barack Obama resumed the private sector at Bain Capital after serving…
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A close ally of former President Barack Obama resumed the private sector at Bain Capital after serving two conditions as the Massachusetts governor. up his political activity this fall before a possible Presidential Messenger, traveling to a handful of races across the country.
Close to Patrick’s Adviser launched a new political man Delegation Committee in August, the reason for Bel ieve PAC, which aims to “promote Governor Patrick’s positive vision for Democrats to gather in 2018.”
Patrick, encouraged by members of Obama’s internal circle to run 2020, met the former president earlier this year as part of Obama’s string of meetings with potential candidates.
Patrician supporters saw him have the right resume to challenge Donald Trump – someone outside Washington politics, on the background of business, but also as an experienced prosecutor, a blend of experiences that can interfere with some Republican attacks. His relentless optimal style and high rhetoric could serve as an antidote to some of the bitter parts of the Trump era, they said.
Patrick grew up in Chicago but earned a scholarship for the Massachusetts Milton Academy and graduated from Harvard Law School. He later became the head of the Department of Justice’s Civil Service Department under President Bill Clinton before taking leading council roles with Coca Cola and Texaco.
He later defeated his former boss when he became an early carrier of Obama in the 2008 Democratic Primer over Front Runner Hillary Clinton.
Patrick won his only two bids for the chosen office – he succeeded Mitt Romney as Governor of Massachusetts in 2007 and earned a second term even though he led a recession-ravaged state in 2010. But his chances for the National Office were considered to be reduced by His decision, after leaving the office, to work for Bain Capital, the same company as Democrats, used Bludgeon Romney in his own bid for President 2012.