Ross announced his intention to run via his website. He then tweeted out a link with the announcement shortly after.
For the time being, he is getting the word out about his campaign and in May, he will detail his plan for the city’s future.
“I’m excited to hear about the ideas of our public, of our business community and others,” Ross told WBZ NewsRadio 1030.
“I’ve always felt the best ideas always come from outside the walls of city government. I”m really just excited to get going with this campaign for this great city.”
So far, the race to replace Boston Mayor Tom Menino is wide open, with Ross joining Rep "
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