Vote Kristen Mobilia for Boston City Council District 8

Bring the power back to your neighborhood. Vote for the candidate with a proven ability to address your neighborhood’s most critical challenges

Kristen Mobilia, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Tom Keller Inaugurate Another Great Public Space in Boston’s District 8!

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Kristen Mobilia
2019 Candidate for Boston City Council District 8


Vote Kristen Mobilia Boston City Council 2019

Boston’s District 8 includes the neighborhoods of Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Fenway, Kenmore & Audubon Circle, Mission Hill, and the West End.

Practical, Progressive Leadership

Give Kristen your vote to be your voice on Boston City Council.

Get a more involved, active, and accessible city councilor who is out in the neighborhoods every day. Kristen takes on tough issues, builds consensus, and gets the job done.

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Community Advocate

Kristen believes we must all contribute to making our city and our neighborhoods more livable. Through her commitment and experience, she works to bring residents together to tackle difficult quality-of life issues every day. 20 years as a Community Leader, Community Advocate, and proud resident of District 8

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Proven Business Leader

Kristen has 25 years of leadership experience in Business, Operations, Technology, Finance, and Strategic Management – blending these skills with community leadership efforts to address critical issues on Day One. Kristen earned her MBA from Northeastern University, and her BA in Economics from Colby College.

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Actively Engaged

Kristen is a leader who gets directly involved and knows how to build consensus between diverse groups for workable solutions. She has the ability to deliver the community’s voice to key city decision-makers.

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Vote Kristen Mobilia for Boston City Council District 8

“Our neighborhoods need more of a connection to City Hall. We need to strategically improve the day-to-day quality of life for all residents and make thoughtful long-term decisions to manage growth and preserve the uniqueness of our city.” -Kristen Mobilia


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