2021 Political Endorsements

Vote badgesBelow is a list of pro-union candidates Local 589 has endorsed. All members, retirees, and their families are encouraged to support these candidates in their upcoming elections. If you are unsure where to vote, click here.

Boston:

  • Annissa Essaibi George, Mayor
  • Michael Flaherty, City Council, At-Large
  • Julia Mejia, City Council, At-Large
  • Erin Murphy, City Council, At-Large
  • Bridget Nee-Walsh, City Council, At-Large
  • Ed Flynn, City Council, District 2
  • Frank Baker, City Council, District 3
  • Evandro Carvalho, City Council, District 4

 

Brockton:

  • Jamie Hodges, City Council, Ward 2
  • John Troxell, City Council, Ward 6

 

Cambridge:

  • Frank Fantini, School Committee
  • Paul Toner, City Council

 

Chelsea:

  • Calvin Brown, City Council

 

Everett:

  • Carlos DeMaria, Mayor
  • Anthony DiPierro, City Council, Ward 3
  • Jason Marcus, School Committee

 

Hingham:

  • Joseph Kelly, Board of Selectmen

 

Lowell:

  • John Drinkwater, City Council

 

Lynn:

  • Jarred Nicholson, Mayor

 

Medford:

  • Breanna Lungo-Koehn, Mayor
  • Kathy Kreatz, School Committee

 

Quincy:

  • Noel DiBona, City Council

 

Revere:

  • Gerry Visconti, City Council, At-Large

 

Weymouth:

  • Fred Happel, Town Council

 

If you have any questions about any of these endorsements, please contact the union hall. If you are unsure where to vote, click here. If you are not registered to vote, click here.

In solidarity,

Executive Board
Boston Carmen’s Union, Local 589

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    • Jason Marcus on December 3, 2021 at 6:59 am

    Thank you 589 for helping
    Me again thsnks.

    • marilynpetittoDevaney on November 1, 2021 at 5:16 pm

    Dear Friends,
    Thank you for your endorsement for Annissa George.

    i wish I could vote for her but I don’t live in Boston. I’m telling my Boston friends to vote for her.
    Wu has the politicians endorsements – George has the people -the workers- the people – the unions – against defunding police – for firefighters.

    I don’t believe in the polls. Always proud to stand with the Carmen’s Union,
    Your Friend Marilyn,
    (Governor’s Councillor Marilyn Petitto Devaney
    (617) 840-7689

    • Cheryl Hennebury on August 24, 2021 at 10:12 am

    Why should we be forced to shove a chemical into our bodies that is killing people. The cdc won’t give those numbers though. Who will pay my medical bills, ensure my family is provided for, etc…should something happen. We have worked everyday since this pandemic started with proper protocols, yet the passengers are not being forced to wear masks or get vaccinated. I feel this is a government over reach and an invasion to someone’s personal body. This union needs to step up and fight on behalf of its members. People should have a choice what to put in their body. Then there’s termination if you don’t get it??‽ makes no sense theres no light duty options. This vaccine has not been studied long enough. Thank you.

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