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Sunday, October 24, 2021

12名神職人員支持吳弭當波士頓市長

 Dozens of Boston Clergy Members Endorse Michelle Wu 

Boston, MA— A dozen Boston Clergy Members came out with strong support of Michelle Wu for Mayor today, endorsing her as the best candidate to become the next Mayor of Boston. The highly respected clergy members across the city came together in support of Michelle’s candidacy and to work to ensure that people across the city of Boston vote. 

The clergy members endorsing today are as follows:

Minister Omari Jahi Aarons

Reverend Laura Reyes

Reverend Willie Bodrick

Reverend Brenda Brown

Reverend Miniard Culpepper

Reverend Larry Green

Reverend Dr. Gregory G. Groover, Sr.

Rev. Dr. Arlene Hall

Reverend Sharyn Halliday

Rev. James Harrison, Jr.

Rev. Vivian Stephens-Hicks

Reverend Khaden V. Nurse, Sr.

“I met Michelle during the 2012 Senator Warren Campaign, before she became a City Councilmember and was impressed with her as an ordinary person. I was even more impressed when she decided to run for the City Council and won. I am now more impressed with Michelle than ever because she has not lost that ordinary person touch. I support Michelle 100% because Michelle means what she says and says what she means. Michelle is for all of Us!” said Reverend Culpepper.

“Michelle Wu is the person needed to lead our city into the future, PRECISELY because she unashamedly shares her big dreams and aspiration for this city. This type of bold-envisioning ‘why not’ leadership fully resonates with us as clergy and a faith community. Our work informs us that it’s only when you dream big and work hard to fulfill those dreams will real progress take place. Leaders like Martin Luther King, Jr., Edward M. Kennedy and Shirley Chisholm understood that. And so does Michelle!!” said Reverend Dr. Gregory G. Groover, Sr.

“I am humbled and honored to have the support of these prominent leaders in our faith community. Their leadership is critically important to so many of our residents, offering guidance, joy and connection. I am excited to work with our clergy to move towards the future we want as a city and build a Boston for everyone,” said Michelle Wu. 

 

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