“I am running for City Council to work for stronger schools, good jobs, and affordable neighborhoods. I’ve worked as a teacher, principal, and community leader for more than 35 years and I ask for your support so that I can continue this work as our next City Councillor.”        — Suzanne Lee

I'm with Suzanne!

Suzanne Lee epitomizes the kind of Boston politician I respect: one who stands up for what she believes in and works to bring people together around working for good education and smart development.

– Joanne McDevitt

Resident of South Boston

News Stories

Four on City Council endorse Lee over Linehan | The Boston Globe

October 30, 2013

by Meghan Irons | Globe Staff

Four of Bill Linehan’s colleagues on the Boston City Council are endorsing his challenger, Suzanne Lee, in the hotly contested race to represent District 2, which includes South Boston and Chinatown.

Tito Jackson, the District 7 councilor, Ayanna Pressley, an at-large councilor seeking a third term, and former mayoral candidates Michael Ross and Felix Arroyo are all backing Lee.

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The Boston Globe | Endorsement: Suzanne Lee

October 29, 2013

IT’S BEEN just two years since incumbent Bill Linehan narrowly defeated former school principal Suzanne Lee to hold onto the District 2 seat on the Boston City Council, and even in that short time the face of the district has changed dramatically. Stretching from the Prudential Center to Castle Island, it includes some of Boston’s most iconic neighborhoods — South Boston, Chinatown, and much of the South End. Yet towers are rising in Chinatown. Tech firms are migrating to a waterfront where parking lots are giving way to glass and steel.

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City Council Candidates share their views at Candidate Forum

October 17, 2013

by Michele D.  Maniscalco, Contributor, MySouthEnd.com

 
With Election Day less than three weeks away, South Enders had a valuable opportunity to hear from the candidates for the District 2 City Council seat, incumbent Bill Linehan and challenger Suzanne Lee, as well as from six of the eight candidates for the four City Council at Large slots at Wednesday, October 16’s candidate forum at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology.

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