Marty Walsh for Mayor!

On October 30, Boston Ward 21 Democratic Committee members voted overwhelmingly to endorse State Representative Martin J. Walsh for Mayor. Members cited many reasons for supporting Walsh, including his progressive record in the legislature and early support for same-sex marriage rights; his commitment to strengthen our public schools and all neighborhoods; and the respect Walsh has earned from his peers, demonstrated by endorsements from former mayoral candidates Felix Arroyo, John Barros and Charlotte Golar Richie and a large and diverse group of elected officials including our Congressman Mike Capuano and State Representatives Kevin Honan and Gloria Fox, who each represent part of Ward 21.

The Committee has also endorsed four candidates for City Council At-Large: Councilor Ayanna Pressley, Annissa Essaibi George, Michael Flaherty and Michelle Wu.

We encourage our neighbors to vote on Tuesday, November 5 and join us in supporting our endorsed candidates. Polls are open 7am-8pm, and you can check your polling place at www.wheredoivotema.com.

Boston Election on November 5

On November 5, Boston will elect a new mayor for the first time in 20 years, as well as several new city councilors.

The two final candidates for mayor are Marty Walsh and John Connolly.

Eight candidates will be on the ballot citywide for the four at-large seats on the city council. Our endorsed candidates are:


Ward 21 includes parts of City Council District 8 (in the Fenway) and District 9 (Allston & Brighton). Learn about the candidates for our district council seats here.

Vote on Tuesday, November 5 to help set the future direction of our city. Polls will be open from 7am to 8pm, and you can look up your polling place here.