Priscilla is a life-long Democrat who has been an active part of our Boston community all of her life. She has worked tirelessly to make Boston a better place to live, work and raise children.
As your At-Large Council member, Priscilla will build on her practical experience championing public safety, education, economic development, community engagement, affordable housing.
She will also continue to champion and be diligent around ensuring good working wage with enforcement for better wage jobs policies and economic justice for every neighborhood.
Priscilla knows the value of people power and resident involvement in every neighborhood of this city.
That's why she is running for an At-Large seat on the Boston City Council. It's time to help her, to help you make problem-solving, policy, legislative, and progressive legislative changes.
As a member of the city council, she will use her unique perspective and experience to be a new inclusive voice for our city and its neighborhoods.on the Boston City Council.
Priscilla Flint-Banks can't win this election without your inspired help and support.
Whether it is canvassing, passing out flyers, word-of-mouth, donating, throwing block or house parties so that your neighborhood can meet Priscilla, or volunteering during the week or on the weekends! Our movement needs your help!
Help us bring our joyful and inspiring campaign to your neighborhood! Contact Priscilla's campaign directly at PriscillaForBoston@gmail.com
Priscilla attended the Progressive Mass Breaking Barriers Breakfast. Priscilla met up with the events special guest and friend, Suffolk County District Attorney Rachel Rollins (pictured on the right)
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Priscilla attended the St. Patrick's Day Breakfast, joining the state's political leaders in the city's South Boston neighborhood for Irish songs, Irish dancing and political jokes. Boston has a significant Irish-American population, and South Boston is its historical stomping ground. The breakfast itself dates back more than a century and is a regular stop for politicians. Priscilla was proud to have attended the joyous event. Priscilla is pictured at the event with her friend Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley who was one of the many speakers at the event.
Priscilla is no stranger to workers rights. She is the only candidate with a history of fighting for workers right, including a livable wage. Here is Priscilla on the front lines with workers and union members. Priscilla has always been a strong supporter of the union and was glad to be on the front lines supporting the United Food and Commercial Workers Unions demand for a pay raise, revisions to the company's earlier offer on health insurance and extension of defined benefit pension benefits to all eligible employees.