Endorsement meeting with Sean O'Brien, Pres. of Teamsters, Local 25!
Michael Flaherty
Haitian American Unity Parade!
Kick-off event

Thank You!

Thank you again for all that you have done. I am truly grateful for your friendship and support. From walking in parades to knocking on doors, displaying a house sign and standing out at the polls, every effort contributed to our success.

As Boston moves forward, I will make sure that this is a city that works for everyone. I will never forget that I work for you.

Please note that we will no longer occupy the campaign offices at 190 Old Colony Ave in South Boston and 1783 Centre Street in West Roxbury. You may direct all inquiries, concerns, and scheduling requests to the contact form on the website or call 617-765-7110.

Thank you, again, for your cooperation as we transition into City Hall in January 2014.

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For Immediate Release

July 30, 2014  

Contact: Shaikh Hasib                                                       

Phone: 617-635-4205

Email: Shaikh.Hasib@Boston.gov


Councilor Flaherty Seeks to Create Special Police Force to Fill Detail Requests 


The proposal, titled “An Ordinance Regarding Residency Preference for the Boston Police Department and the Boston Fire Department”, was introduced at the Boston City Council meeting on April 30th and assigned to the Committee on Government Operations, of which Councilor Flaherty chairs.


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First and foremost, my heart goes out to the victims of these horrific crimes and their families. Whoever is responsible for these senseless and sickening attacks must be captured as quickly as possible. The unpredictability of these attacks is particularly frightening. I would urge everyone in South Boston -- in particular, women -- to be extra vigilant.

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