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East Boston Turns Out to Support Boston City Council Candidate Brian Gannon
District 1 No Casino Candidate Continues to Gain Momentum as Neighbors Host Campaign Fundraiser

Boston (October 11, 2013) - East Boston turned out in numbers Thursday night to support Brian Gannon's campaign for Boston City Council against incumbent Sal LaMattina. Hosted by Liz Nofziger at Atlantic Works Art Gallery and Studios in East Boston, the evening was a celebration of the neighborhood's artist community and provided voters with an opportunity to learn more about Gannon's vision for the future of the District 1 neighborhoods of East Boston, Charlestown and the North End.

As co-chair for the No Eastie Casino organization, Gannon's campaign continues to gain momentum in his home neighborhood of East Boston where the casino referendum is a crucial issue for voters. "The casino issue has become larger than our desire to not have it in our backyards," stated Gannon. "The root of the issue is the lack of due diligence on the part of our representatives to gauge the long-term impact on the community and, put simply, their lack of representing us-many people in this community at best question this proposal and moreover simply do not want it."

Gannon continues his campaign over the next week in Charlestown and the North End beginning with his attendance at tonight's Columbus Day Cocktail Reception at the Fairmont Battery Wharf beginning at 6:30PM.


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