Yes. There’s so much at stake this year.—Aisha Hayes, Retired, Roxbury
Of course. People pay taxes and somebody has to decide how much of that comes back to your community.
If you don’t have representation, you get what other people decide.—Bill Wright, Communications Director, Chelsea
No. I don’t want any of them. They’re all crooks and they all lie.— M. Prince, Cook, Roxbury
I will. We have people who died to give us the right to vote and put in who we want to represent us.—Phillip Lodge, Business Owner, Dorchester
Yes. The mayor position is important to the city. He can help change things that are happening in Boston.
—Tiffany Lewis, Health Center Worker, Roxbury
I don’t see why not. Anybody’s better than the incumbent.—Versie Matthew, Unemployed, Roxbury