Road To City Hall Part 2: Neighborhoods Play Role In Race

September 18, 2013 10:55 AM
Road To City Hall Part 2: Neighborhoods Play Role In Race
" BOSTON (CBS) — Boston’s Action for Community Development held a Mayor’s Forum at their headquarters in downtown Boston last week.

Ten of the 12 mayoral candidates showed up.

Dorchester State Representative Marty Walsh was the first to arrive and talked about his top priority as Boston Mayor if he wins.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Mary Blake reports

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“The first thing I’m gonna do is have a meeting in my office to talk about, and deal with, some of the violence and crime in our city, and I’ve been telling people as I go around the city that this is an issue that I want to tackle right away, ” said Walsh "

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