Incumbent and Candidate for Re-Election Continues Citywide Outreach Efforts
In the much anticipated ballot drawing for November 5th’s final election for Boston City Council candidates, Boston City Councilor At-Large Michael F. Flaherty’s name was drawn for the coveted first spot in a public ballot drawing held by the City of Boston’s Elections Department. The ballot drawing, which was held on Thursday, October 3rd, 2019 at 11:00a.m. at City Hall, set the stage for the citywide general election scheduled for Tuesday, November 5, 2019.
Councilor Flaherty, who is seeking another term as a Boston City Councilor At-Large, had a strong showing of results in field of 15 At-Large candidates leading into the preliminary election and thus securing a spot on the ballot for the general election. “Having your name printed first or in the upper tier can help in a citywide election,” stated Councilor Flaherty. “You just don’t want to be last on the ballot in a competitive field like this one.”
With approximately 4 weeks remaining until the general election, Councilor Flaherty continues to reach out to voters across Boston. “Residents in Boston want to build on the work we’ve accomplished — increased access to affordable housing, closing the opportunity gaps, and stabilizing our neighborhoods through community preservation efforts,” stated Flaherty. “In order to continue these efforts and more, I look forward to reaching out to more voters to earn their support as my team and I campaign until polls close on election day on November 5th.”
As a husband, father, neighbor and proud lifelong Bostonian, Boston City Councilor At-Large Michael F. Flaherty is committed to ensuring that Boston is an accessible, equitable, and inclusive city for our residents. For more information on his campaign and his work on the Boston City Council, visit www.MichaelFlaherty.com.
Dear South Boston neighbors,
I thank you for voting in the Municipal Preliminary election in September and remind you that I need your support again in the general election on Tuesday, November 5th. If you are not already registered to vote or need to update your registration, the voter registration deadline is Wednesday, October 16th. For members of our military, our seniors, Southie kids who are away at college, and others who are unable to make it to the polls on Election Day, you are eligible to request an absentee ballot. Absentee ballot requests must be submitted before Monday, November 4th.
My campaign office can help you with voter registration and absentee ballot requests. The office is located at 707 East Broadway in South Boston. We can be reached by phone at 617-752-4243, or email us at [email protected].
Thank you for your continued support – I look forward to earning your vote on Tuesday, November 5th.
All the Best,