Suffolk County Sheriff Steve Tompkins has hopped back on the Wu train. Tompkins, who has backed Wu in her council races and who worked together for Elizabeth Warren, said:
With her tireless advocacy for more addiction recovery treatment and services for people struggling with mental illness, fair and equitable public transportation, housing that is truly affordable, public safety, access to quality education, and work on a host of other quality-of-life issues that are important to the residents, businesses and agencies of Boston, I am both incredibly proud to be able to give my support to Michelle and supremely confident in her ability to bring this city to its next level of greatness.
Charles Yancey endorsed Kim Janey. We suppose a Campbell endorsement was never in the cards.
Annissa Essaibi George has a TV ad:
WBUR reports on mayoral candidates' positions on climate change.
NBC Boston provides basic bio info on the candidates. The Bay State Banner provides a similar guide, but also with background on City Council candidates.
The the Ward 11 and 19 Democratic Committees are sponsoring an online forum tonight for the three candidates running to replace Matt O'Malley in District 6 (JP, West Roxbury, Mission Hill): Winnie Eke, Mary Tamer and Kendra Hicks. Starts at 7 p.m.; free registration required.