1.7 min readBy Published On: September 11th, 2017Categories: News0 Comments on Ed Flynn will hold an Election Day Rally

Eight days before the Preliminary Election for District 2 City Council, Ed Flynn will hold a Countdown to Election Day Rally.  The event will take place from 5:30-8:30pm at Lincoln Tavern, located at 425 Broadway in South Boston.  All are welcome to attend.
In recent weeks, Flynn’s campaign has gained momentum with prominent endorsements from across the entire district, including the Mass Nurses Association, Boston Fire Fighters Local 718, Iron Workers Local 7, Chinese Progressive Political Action, and Boston’s Unite Here Local 26.
Flynn also has the support of several notable elected officials representing District 2, including Congressman Stephen F. Lynch, State Representative Nick Collins, City Councilor At-Large Michael Flaherty, South Boston resident and Suffolk County Clerk of Courts Michael Donovan, and Suffolk County SJC Clerk Maura Doyle.
Flynn said, “It’s hard to believe it, but Preliminary Election Day is right around the corner.  When we kicked off our campaign, there was a foot of snow on the ground. Since then, we’ve campaigned hard across the entire district, and I’m so grateful for the incredible support we’ve received.  We’re all in this together and, as your City Councilor, I will be a vocal advocate for the issues that matter to residents in each and every community in District 2 – making sure that our streets are safe, improving our Boston Public Schools for all families, supporting equal pay for equal work, and expanding paid family medical leave.”
About Ed Flynn
Ed Flynn is a lifelong resident of District 2, where he has been deeply involved as a youth sports coach, veterans’ advocate, and community activist. In addition to being an active Boston Public Schools parent at the Josiah Quincy School in Chinatown, Ed is a member of the Cityside Neighborhood Association, South Boston Citizens’ Association, Ward 7 Democratic Committee, and VFW Fitzgerald Post.
Ed served on active duty in the Persian Gulf on two deployments and overseas in the Navy Reserves, helping to coordinate disaster relief in Haiti. Ed and his wife, Kristen, are raising their children, Caroline and Stephen, in South Boston.

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