1.2 min readBy Published On: October 3rd, 2017Categories: News0 Comments

Just last week, Flynn won the District 2 Preliminary Election besting his nearest competitor by over 2,200 votes.  Despite his success, Flynn was back on the campaign trail Wednesday and has been working hard ever since. Today he was honored to receive the endorsement of Suffolk County Sheriff Steven Tompkins.

Sheriff Tompkins said, “Ed Flynn has been a tireless advocate for the residents of his district and a dedicated public servant to his country as a member of the United States Armed Forces. His support of addiction recovery services and early intervention programming, public safety initiatives and increased access to affordable health care for all are just a few of the reasons that I am giving my endorsement to Ed in his campaign to become the next Boston City Councilor for District 2.”

Tompkins continued, “Ed’s efforts to improve the state of public education for the children of Boston, provide needed services to our veterans and enhance the quality of life in our neighborhoods as a member of local civic organizations show the kind of civic pride and responsibility that would serve him well in office as a member of the Council.”

Sheriff Tompkins’s endorsement adds to a growing list of elected officials and residents supporting Flynn, including Congressman Stephen F. Lynch, State Representative Nick Collins, City Councilor At-Large Michael Flaherty, Suffolk County SJC Clerk Maura Doyle, Suffolk County Clerk Michael Donovan, Mass Nurses Association, Ironworkers Local 7, and over 30 local organizations and unions.

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