With virtual kickoff, Gabriela Coletta makes it official on Feb. 8

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BOSTON (February 1, 2022) – Gabriela Coletta, candidate for district one Boston City Councilor will be hosting a virtual campaign kickoff on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, at 5:30PM to officially launch her candidacy.

“I’m so grateful for the broad support and the coalition of residents from across the district,” said Coletta. “Please join us for a night to kickoff this campaign surrounded by community members who share our vision for a vibrant and inclusive district.”

In just the first month of her candidacy, Coletta has raised over $70,000 and secured the endorsement of over seventy community leaders including various former and current elected officials. Those interested in attending can visit www.bit.ly/gc-kickoff for more information on how to join the event. If you have any questions, please contact brianna@mlmstrategiesllc.com.

CAMPAIGN KICKOFF HOST COMMITTEE

Former Boston District 1 City Councilors
Hon. Salvatore LaMattina, Hon. Diane Modica, Hon. Paul Scapicchio, Hon. Robert Travaglini

Boston and Boston-Metro Elected Officials
Suffolk County Sheriff Steve Tompkins, Suffolk County Register of Probate Felix D. Arroyo, State Representative Adrian Madaro, State Representative Dan Ryan, State Representative Tram Nguyen, Councilor Ricardo Arroyo, Councilor Kenzie Bok, School Committee Member Manny Cruz, Hon. Gerly Adrien, Hon. Carlo Basile, Hon. Joseph Boncore, Hon. John Nucci, Hon. Anthony Petruccelli

Charlestown Leaders
Intiya Ambrogi-Isaza, Rosemarie & Charlie Boucher, Janelle Bruno, Julia Caldwell, Brian Callahan, Dennis & Melody Callahan, Al Carrier, Jimmy & Mary Carroll, Mark & Kathleen Charvayone, Christine Colley, Arthur Colpack, Tim Donovan, Damien Donovan, Joe Deroeve, Nick & Ariana Frattaroli, Moe Gillen, Kevin Joyce, The Kelly Family, Quinlan Locke, Michelle McGee, Marcie Miller, Michael Parker, Lora M. Pellegrini, Chris Remmes, Lois Siegelman, Amanda Zettel

North End Leaders
Jason A. Aluia, Sue Benveniste, Rick Branca, Matt Conti, Cheryl Delgreco, Donato Frattaroli, Jr., Phil Frattaroli, Ellen Hume, Jayne Imbergamo, Marco Imbergamo, Mary McGee, Dr. Joe Mendola, Chrissy Pagliuca, Stephen Passacantilli, Tom Schiavoni, Louis Strazzullo, Anne Devlin Tagliaferro, Mike Wyatt

East Boston Leaders
Ana Alonzo, Tom Barry, Jerred Bellinger, Jennifer & Tony Blanco, Gilberto Calderin, Maria Conte, Mimi Defeo, Jennifer Doe, Allison Eng, Marilyn Ford, Carra Fraker, Joel Garcia, Anthony Gesualdi, Vanik Hacobian, Jack Lindsey, Charlie LoGrasso, Anthony Marcella, Domenic Marcella, Ken Marcella, Skip & Dottie Marcella, Charles Manning, Doreen Manning, Etta Manning, Cassy Martorana, Adam Minksy, Saul Perlera, Aubrey Quackenbush, Gabriela Ramirez, Fran Riley, Kevin Rivera, Jean Staropoli, Thompson Vou, Josh Weinstein, Sebastian Zapata

Coletta intends to run a robust grassroots campaign focused on listening to residents and having inclusive discussions about issues related to housing affordability, environmental justice and waterfront resiliency, public education investments, and excellent constituent services.

To learn more visit gabrielacoletta.com, Facebook at @GigiforDistrictOne, Twitter and Instagram at @Gigi4District1

About Gabriela:

Gabriela Coletta has dedicated her entire life working in service to others and empowering her neighbors to become involved in local democracy. She’s currently the External Relations Manager at the New England Aquarium where she advocates for a more resilient, inclusive, and accessible waterfront for all Bostonians. She is the former Chief of Staff to Boston City Councilor Lydia Edwards for three and a half years serving the neighborhoods of Charlestown, East Boston, and the North End. Prior to that, Gabriela has worked to elect women across the Commonwealth including as Councilor Edwards campaign manager during her successful 2017 run and as Associate Director at the Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus. She was also the Field Director for State Representative Adrian Madaro (D-East Boston) and subsequently his Community Liaison for over four years. For more information, please visit gabrielacoletta.com.

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