DiPierro qualifies for Ballot - DiPierro Committee

DiPierro submits more than 400 nomination signatures to Qualify for November Ballot.

First-time candidate Anthony DiPierro has submitted enough nomination signatures to the Everett Elections Department to qualify for a place on the ballot for Ward 3 City Councilor in the November 3rd Election.

“I’m delighted to be on the ballot in November and I’m fired up for a campaign that discusses making Everett even better – and bringing quality representation to Ward 3”, said DiPierro.

DiPierro submitted 415 signatures of Everett voters, more than the 250 needed to claim a spot on the ballot.


DiPierro got most of his signatures by going door-to-door throughout the city and talking to voters. He has already knocked on more than 1000 doors in Everett and plans to try to personally talk to each and every city voter before Election Day. Supporters also collected signatures from their families and friends.

Anthony DiPierro is part of a new generation of leaders in our city and brings Everett commonsense and a courteous leadership style to our city government. He knows that toughness also requires civility - and that working together respectfully is how we get the best results for the people who live and work in our city.

Anthony is a life-long Everett resident. He attended the Albert N. Parlin Elementary School and Everett High, where he was a student ambassador, member of The National Honor Society, elected class treasurer by his peers and coached youth football and basketball. He still keeps in touch with the athletes he mentored, helping guide them through adolescent life.

Anthony is currently studying American Politics & Government at Suffolk University and plans to work towards a master’s degree in Public Administration. He works with his family’s construction business and also works as a Greeter at Rocco’s Funeral Home on Main Street.

Anthony jumped into politics at a young age, realizing that public service is an effective and concrete way to give back to the community. He has worked on the campaigns of Mayor Carlo DeMaria, State Senator Sal DiDomenico, former Governor Deval Patrick, and he helped run the coordinated campaign in Everett for the Democratic Party last year. He also worked as a coordinator for Everett United, as he knows that smart development and a healthy tax base is what will make Everett outstanding in the years ahead. 

He has worked as an intern in the State House and as a legislative assistant handling constituent concerns at City Hall.

Anthony wants to hear from voters. Please visit his website at www.anthonydipierro.com and leave feedback for Anthony.


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