Rachel Nicole Miselman is a Republican write-in candidate for the Seventh Congressional District seat, of which East Boston is a part.
“My grandmother’s parents met and began a lifetime together in East Boston in the early twentieth century. So, I am very fond of East Boston and committed to the residents. Despite being terribly pricier, East Boston remains a place where immigrants come, work, and sometimes fall in love!”
“As for the job of congresswoman, I see this office as being the means through which all voices in the district are heard. Moreover, one of the primary responsibilities is securing federal dollars for things like infrastructure, health centers (like the East Boston Community Health Center), and senior programs.”
“Our current congresswoman is not doing any of this. She is not doing the job. I will do the job.”
Rachel Nicole Miselman is from West Roxbury and Dorchester. She attended Boston Latin School and Harvard University. At these two schools, she learned about the importance of civic engagement and academic excellence. She used this instruction to train as a barrister at the same institution as Gandhi and Margaret Thatcher and then to advocate for human rights. It equally enabled her to become a teacher at private language schools for over twelve years.
This is her first run for public office. “I am not a member of the political class, “ she says. “I am a citizen of the district, all of which I love and cherish.”