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Progressive councilors facing challengers
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Local News
Progressive councilors facing challengers
Michael Flaherty’s sudden announcement that he would not seek re-election to the City Council — little more than a week after signatures were due — has cast a spotlight on the race for the four at-large seats on the 13-member body.
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Redrawn Council map raises new issues
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Local News
Redrawn Council map raises new issues
In a process its Civil Rights Committee Chairwoman Ruthzee Louijeune called contentious, the Boston City Council has passed a second redistricting map with a 10-2 vote, sending the map to Mayor Michelle Wu’s desk for approval.
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Black candidates stay in Dorchester Council race
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Black candidates stay in Dorchester Council race
Following a ruling by a federal judge that blocked a new redistricting map for the Boston City Council, the two Black candidates vying for the District 3 seat in eastern Dorchester said they’re continuing with business as usual.
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Joel Richards launches campaign for District 3 City Council seat
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Joel Richards launches campaign for District 3 City Council seat
Boston schoolteacher Joel Richards kicked off his campaign for the District 3 City Council seat Friday, promising to fight to make Boston a city where all of its residents can thrive.
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Joel Richards running for District 3
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Politics
Joel Richards running for District 3
Boston schoolteacher Joel Richards announced Monday he will challenge District 3 City Councilor Frank Baker in next year’s municipal election, telling the Banner he wants to address issues including public education, the high cost of housing and public transportation in the city.
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Lawsuit takes aim at redistricting map
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Lawsuit takes aim at redistricting map
A coalition of South Boston-based organizations and activists have filed a lawsuit against the Boston City Council in an attempt to overturn a redistricting map the body passed by a 9-4 vote on Oct. 26.
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