Boston, MA— Michelle Wu attended numerous get out the vote events across the city over the weekend, connecting with Bostonians from every neighborhood and energizing supporters and volunteers in advance of Tuesday’s mayoral election.
Connecting with thousands of voters, with hundreds of volunteers having meaningful neighbor-to-neighbor conversations, Team Wu spent the weekend in every corner of the city sharing Michelle’s bold vision. Her events included elected officials and community leaders across Boston, including Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Ed Markey, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley and Mayor Kim Janey.
“It’s so important that every Bostonian get out there to make our voices heard at the polls! Across every neighborhood, it’s clear that Boston residents want city government to be bold and act with urgency to meet this moment. We’re ready to fight for the change we need,” said Michelle Wu.
Senator Warren said: “Michelle listens to our concerns and shows up in our neighborhoods. She has the experience, vision and heart to fight for big, structural change and tackle the day to day issues affecting Bostonians. Make sure you get out and vote for Michelle Wu for Mayor of Boston on Tuesday, November 2nd.”
Congresswoman Pressley said: “Michelle and this team are taking nothing for granted in these final days – we’ll be working right up until the moment polls close on Election Day to knock on every door, make every phone call, and ensure that everyone in Boston makes their voice heard in this election. There are so many folks who have poured their hearts and their sweat equity into this campaign because they believe in Michelle’s bold, inclusive vision for our city, and in what we can accomplish together; I’m excited to see that energy and that passion reflected at the polls on Tuesday.”
Michelle for Mayor is supported by an enthusiastic multigenerational, multicultural coalition of grassroots supporters, including leaders Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Ed Markey, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, Mayor Kim Janey, Governor Deval Patrick, Angela Menino, Sheriff Steve Tompkins, Suffolk County Register of Probate Felix Arroyo Sr., Boston City Councilors Ricardo Arroyo, Liz Breadon and Lydia Edwards; State Senators Assistant Majority Leader Sal DiDomenico, Sonia Chang Diaz and Julian Cyr; State Representatives Assistant Majority Leader Mike Moran, Ways and Means Chair Aaron Michlewitz, Jay Livingstone, Adrian Madaro, Vanna Howard, Natalie Higgins, Liz Miranda, Tram Nguyen, Maria Robinson, Andy Vargas, and Tommy Vitolo; former State Representative and Assistant Majority Leader Byron Rushing; former State Transportation Secretaries Fred Salvucci and Jim Aloisi; former MBTA FMCB Chairman Joseph Aiello; former Boston City Councilor Tito Jackson; former State Representative Charlotte Golar Richie; labor unions 1199 SEIU, 32BJ SEIU, North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters, Teamsters Local 25, New England Joint Board of UNITE HERE!, UAW Region 9A, Laborers Local 22, Alliance of Unions at the MBTA, MBTA Inspectors Union Local 600, OPEIU Local 453; climate organizations Sunrise Boston, Sierra Club, the Environmental League of Massachusetts, 350 Mass Action; Progressive West Roxbury/Roslindale; Boston’s Ward 1, Ward 4 and Ward 5 Democratic Committees; The Boston Guardian; and fellow municipal elected officials from across Greater Boston and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. For all of Michelle for Boston’s endorsements, visit michelleforboston.com/endorsements.
To learn more about Michelle Wu and her campaign, visit http://michelleforboston.com or connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
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