Dave Cavell

Dave Cavell, a Democrat Running For Congress in the Fourth District

Dave Cavell is a Democratic candidate running in the 4th District. He has experience as both a speechwriter at the Obama White House and senior advisor to Attorney General Maura Healey.

He is a Harvard graduate living in Brookline. As an advocate for environmental causes and progressive policies, his views reflect those of many in his community.

Early Life and Education

Dave Cavell was born in Brookline, Massachusetts and is running for Congress in Massachusetts’ Fourth District – which stretches from the western suburbs of Boston down the coast.

Before running for office, Cavell held positions as a senior advisor and assistant attorney general in the office of Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, where he spearheaded legal efforts against opioid manufacturers Purdue Pharma. Additionally, he served as presidential speechwriter and aide at the Obama White House, as well as deputy director of new media in Governor Deval Patrick’s administration.

Cavell is best known for his books The Claim of Reason: Wittgenstein, Skepticism, Morality and Tragedy (1979) and In Quest of the Ordinary: Lines of Scepticism and Romanticism (1988). As a philosopher he draws inspiration from philosophers such as Wittgenstein, Freud, Nietzsche and Kant which inform his own thinking.

Professional Career

Dave Cavell has extensive experience in local, state and federal public service. He served two years as a Presidential Speechwriter at the White House and is currently Senior Advisor and Assistant Attorney General in Maura Healey’s office at Massachusetts Attorney General.

His first job was as campaign manager for Louisiana Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne, and it quickly became evident that he had a knack for politics.

He was also a teacher, instructing fourth grade in the South Bronx of New York. On occasion, he would wear his Red Sox jersey to school.

In addition to teaching, she served as matron of L’Ecole Belge d’Infirmieres Diplomees nursing school during World War II. To avoid detection by German soldiers during that conflict, she hid soldiers inside barrels. Later arrested and tried for treason, she was found guilty and executed by firing squad (Ryder, 1975).

Achievements and Honors

David Cavell is a well-known former speechwriter for President Barack Obama and now running for Congress.

Dave is an American patriot of Eastern European Jewish heritage from Brookline, Massachusetts. He’s happily married to his college love and wife Kate Cavell, who supports all his political aspirations.

He holds a bachelor’s degree from Tufts University and a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center, having worked as a speechwriter in Governor Deval Patrick’s office before moving to D.C. where he served two stints as Presidential Speechwriter before returning home as Senior Advisor and Assistant Attorney General for Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey’s Office. He has received endorsement from Brookline Selectboard Chair Bernard Green, former Chair Neil Whishinsky, and Housing Commissioner Christina Wolfe.

Personal Life

Cavell was a former speechwriter in the Obama White House and served as senior advisor and assistant attorney general in Attorney General Maura Healey’s office before stepping down to run for Congress. He hopes to bring youthful energy and progressive change to Washington with him.

He hopes to push for a Green New Deal and national strategy to combat the opioid epidemic, while also protecting people of color.

Cathleen Cavell’s Brookline home has been transformed into a campaign headquarters for her son. It’s filled with campaign staffers who come and go quickly throughout the day.

Net Worth

Dave Cavell is a Democratic Party member and lawyer. He had announced that he was running for the United States House of Representatives, but recently announced that he has suspended his political campaign.

He was previously President and CEO of Quebecor World Inc., one of the world’s largest commercial printers. Last year he received no bonus but made $2.8-million through stock options exercised, according to a management proxy circular filed Wednesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

He is a modest man who rarely talks about his net worth. However, he passionately fights for the rights of poor and oppressed people. He stands at average height with an attractive physique; often seen with a big smile on his face. Additionally, he’s active on social media platforms such as Twitter and Instagram.

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