You are our District 2.
This is a campaign about bringing people together. Tuesday night, after District 2 voters cast their ballots, making sure Mike has a place on the Final Election ballot. The message is clear: the time is now for City Hall leadership that stands for all of District 2, not just some.
First, a tremendous thank you to everyone who has stepped up to lend a hand in this campaign: you knocked doors, made phone calls, held signs, and worked together to share a message of unity and opportunity across the district. And, thank you to the other candidates.
For those of us on Team Kelley, who believe in putting people first, our work begins anew as we head toward November 7.
This election will decide who will be your advocate in City Hall; who will be there to listen, to fight for housing affordability, rapid and reliable transit, and quality schools for all. We cannot sit idle in our democratic process – the stakes are too high.
What you can do
- Make sure you’re registered to vote. Register by October 18 to vote in the November 7 election. Then, make a plan for November 7 to be sure you’ll make it to the polls.
- Share our message – forward our emails to a friend (sign up on this page) and share our social media posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
- Join us to volunteer. We’re having meaningful conversations with our neighbors everyday. Be a part of our movement – and it’s fun. Click here to sign up.
The Path Ahead
We knew we were the underdog in this race as we faced an establishment candidate. But we believe that District 2 deserves more – an advocate devoted to representing everyone in District 2, no matter who you are, where you are from, how long you’ve lived here, and who you love. We have the data we need to grow, and to win. We’re grateful for the devoted elected officials who have joined us in support, including Attorney General Maura Healey, Sen. Linda Dorcena-Forry, and Rep. Aaron Michlewitz, among others. We believe in you. Together, we are a real force.
Now let’s get to work.