With Senator Forry at St. Patrick's Day Breakfast.
Discussing the plight of homicide survivors.
Endorsement meeting with Sean O'Brien, Pres. of Teamsters, Local 25!
Haitian American Unity Parade!


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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It was going to be another long Saturday. And Flaherty was just getting started.

As the SUV drifted into Grove Hall, Flaherty asked about Minister Don Muhammad, the local Nation of Islam leader and a neighborhood fixture who had been ill. Soon, Flaherty was on the phone.

“Minister Don,’’ he said. “How are you feeling?”

Flaherty, a gray-haired, 46-year-old lawyer and father of three, is on a quest to secure another stint on the council, saying he is staying focused on issues that matter to his constituents.

“I occupy an important space on the Boston City Council,’’ he said. “I’m the bridge between the old Boston and new Boston. I’m also a bridge between the newer and more senior councilors.”


The temperature is dropping, the leaves are changing, and there are only 2 weeks left until Election Day! I appreciate any amount of time you can give to hold a sign, make a phone call, or let a neighbor know that you believe in my vision for Boston. 


The countdown continues: Only 3 weeks left until Election Day! The response has been great, and we hope to keep the momentum going with this week's activities all over the city!

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