Four now in race to replace Zakim on Boston City Council

The Boston Guardian reports the latest to get in the run to represent the Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Bay Village, Fenway and part of Mission Hill is Kenzie Bok of Beacon Hill.

Zakim recently announced he would not seek re-election to the seat he's held since 2013.

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That must be why the agenda of Mayor Walsh and the city council so closely follow your goals for the city budget.

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If you're gonna run on a

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If you're gonna run on a platform of more affordable housing, tell me how you're going to reform zoning laws and say No to NIMBY constituents, otherwise it's all talk.

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(A) Couldn't agree more

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(A) Couldn't agree more

(B) Mike Nichols should absolutely get in this race. What an unimpressive four candidates.

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You say that

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But we all know you are one in the same, Elmer.

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By any chance

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Did you read what Adam posted and linked to? I think you'll find your answers there.

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Actually

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I've been trying to find the other three also. May have missed it - but couldn't find it in the links.

Anyone?

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Here's the pertinent part

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Bok will enter an already crowded field ahead of the 2019 election, joining Fenway community activist Kristen Mobilia, whom Zakim defeated handily in 2017, as well as first-time candidates Hélène Vincent and Landon Lemoine. With more than three candidates vying for the seat, a primary will be held in September ahead of November’s general election.

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Thank you

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Thought I read the whole thing and did.

Except for the part I wanted to know about I guess!

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