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Sarah Wenig, a Back Bay resident and Jackson supporter, attended the event and expressed disappointment with Walsh’s tenure as mayor.
“I supported adamantly Mayor Walsh,” Wenig said. “I really bought that he would do what had to be done for Bostonians.”
Charles Clemons Muhammad, a local activist and a candidate for Jackson’s seat in City Council, endorsed Jackson in his bid to unseat Walsh.
“I’ve seen the change he has done,” Muhammad said. “It takes courage to run against the mayor. Tito has courage.”
After his speech, Jackson walked through Roxbury’s Dudley Square to kick off his grassroots campaign against a popular incumbent mayor. As Jackson walked through the district he represents, many residents enthusiastically approached their City Councilor while others shouted their approval across streets and from cars, buses and municipal vehicles.
“You’ve got my vote!” yelled one motorist on Washington Street.
The City of Boston will hold preliminary mayoral elections on Sept. 26, 2017. The two candidates with the most votes will advance to the general election on Nov. 7, 2017.
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