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As a city and community, we face some extraordinary opportunities. I am confident that together we can transform Boston and move forward into a new era of accountability, transparency, and inclusion.
With innovation, courage, and a fierce belief in what we can achieve together, we can make Boston an even better place to live, work and raise a family. I look forward to this new chapter in the story of Boston. Please know that if I can be of assistance to you or your family, be it a constituent request or policy issue – I am ready to help. My door is always open.

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"I am pleased to announce that the City of Boston's Elections Department informed me that they certified the minimum 1,500 signatures necessary for me to qualify for the ballot. I am grateful for voters across our city who continue to support our efforts, and I am thankful to my team who asked voters to sign my nomination paper," stated Councilor Flaherty.


Please join us tomorrow as we kick off our signature drive at the new campaign headquarters (located at 707 East Broadway, South Boston). You can sign up by clicking here to join us and come by between 10am - 5pm to pick up nomination papers. 


BOSTON - Boston City Councilor At-Large Michael Flaherty, Chair of the Committee on Government Operations, has announced that he has recommended passage of an amended version of the proposed ordinance regarding Good Food Purchasing Standards in the City of Boston.The proposal, filed by City Councilor At-Large Michelle Wu, seeks to help the City of Boston leverage its purchasing and procurement power to support local economies, nutrition, a valued workforce, environmental sustainability, and animal welfare.

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