O’Malley Thanks Voters After Being Reelected

District 6 Councilor Matt O'Malley said he is grateful to have the opportunity to serve the people and neighborhoods that he loves.

Boston City Councilor Matt O’Malley thanked voters in a written letter this week after being elected to a third term by District 6.

“I am proud of my record and I am grateful to have the opportunity to serve the people and neighborhoods that I know and love,” O’Malley said. “In the past three years, I believe that I have amassed a record of delivering for the residents of my district and for citizens citywide.  However, I am just getting started."

O'Malley took over 85 percent of the vote with over 17,000 votes to defeat challenger Luis Valerio of West Roxbury last Tuesday, according to unofficial city figures.

O’Malley also said he is excited about working with Mayor-elect Marty Walsh and several new members of the City Council.  

O’Malley, who grew up in Roslindale and currently lives in Jamaica Plain, was originally elected into office via special election in November of 2010. He won a re-election bid for a full council term in November of 2011.

“Thank you for your confidence in me,” O’Malley said.  “I look forward to working with you to build for Boston’s future.”


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