Former Police Commissioner William Gross endorsed Annissa Essaibi George today.
Throughout her time as a City Councilor, she has shown up, at all hours of the day and night, and met people exactly where they are - in the neighborhood, at community events or civic meetings, and even at the station - to have thoughtful, honest conversations
Gross formally declared himself an AEG'er during a tour of Mattapan Square.
The Greater Boston Libertarian Party, which exists, plans a demonstration at 1 p.m. on Friday, May 21 in Mattapan Square, along with City Council candidates Jacob Ureña, Domingos DaRosa and Kevin Reed in "protest of the City of Boston's many aggressions against black and brown business owners."
Michelle Wu talked about her time at Harvard Law, including with Prof. Elizabeth Warren, as well as about campaign issues, in an online press conference with Harvard and other Boston-area student journalists.
State Sen. Sonia Chang-Diaz, who earlier had endorsed David Halbert for one of the four at-large council seats, yesterday endorsed Ruthzee Louijeune for one of the seats, leaving her with two open spots on her at-large endorsement card:
Whether as an attorney representing families in housing court or an advocate for our kids in Boston Public Schools, Ruthzee has always used her expertise to give back to the community that raised her. She has the values, the smarts, and the conviction to meet the urgency of this moment and help lead us toward a more equitable Boston.
NECN's Sue O'Connell talks to Kim Janey.