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~ Political Endorsement ~ Rhalimi and Novoselsky Cross-Endorsement

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Alexander Rhalimi Councillor at-Large candidate announced his endorsement of Ira Novoselsky for re-election as Ward 2 Revere City Councillor.

Ira Novoselsky has been fighting to improve Ward 2 for decades. Ira grew up in Ward 2 and has delivered in a big way for the residents of Ward 2 where I have lived for the last two decades, said Rhalimi. His record of getting things done, from streets being repaved to new parks and playgrounds getting built is second to none.

“Councillor Ira Novoselsky is committed to the constant improvement of the quality of life for the residents of Ward 2. For over twenty years Ira has been relentless in his pursuit to improve Ward 2. He has worked with the small businesses to establish permit parking in the Shirley Avenue, municipal parking lot to help avoid meter and street parking tickets and fought to bring 30 units of Veterans housing to Shirley Avenue. He has spearheaded many improvement projects in the Ward 2 area which include an upgrade of Costa Park, an upgraded Curtis Park, a new playground at the Garfield School, new public stairs at Hillside and Walnut Avenues and the public stairs from Florence Avenue down to Campbell Avenue. Councillor Novoselsky has taken every issue head on and continues to lead for the residents of Ward 2,” Rhalimi said.

“I am proud to endorse Alexander Rhalimi for Revere City Councillor at Large,” said Novoselsky. “Rhalimi has worked on various community initiatives and I have witnessed his passion for improving the lives of our residents. His strong work ethic, integrity, and understanding of the challenges our city faces make him a standout candidate.”

Alexander Rhalimi holds a Masters degree in Criminal Justice from Boston University. His educational background can be valuable when interpreting and crafting local ordinances, policies, and regulations as a member of the City Council. His knowledge can inform discussions and decisions related to public safety initiatives, law enforcement practices, and community policing. Throughout his life, Rhalimi has actively engaged with the Revere community. He has volunteered with several local non-profit organizations and has a deep understanding of the issues that matter most to residents. Rhalimi is currently the principal of Alliance Financial Group, equipping him with a solid foundation in fiscal management and economic matters.

Rhalimi expressed his gratitude for the endorsement, stating, “I am deeply honored to have the support of Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky. His tireless dedication to our community has inspired me, and I am committed to serve with him on the Revere City Council.”

Rhalimi is dedicated to fostering a vibrant and inclusive community. His campaign platform is centered around key policy priorities that address the diverse needs of Revere residents. Rhalimi is committed to enhancing community engagement and transparency, ensuring public safety through community policing, and promoting sustainable economic development to create job opportunities. He is a strong advocate for affordable housing solutions and equitable housing policies, aiming to provide stable and affordable living options for all. Rhalimi also prioritizes education and youth empowerment, aiming to collaborate with local schools and organizations to improve educational outcomes and provide meaningful opportunities for young residents. Additionally, he is passionate about environmental sustainability, advocating for renewable energy initiatives and infrastructure improvements to ensure a greener future and protect the Point of Pines neighborhood. Rhalimi’s platform also emphasizes transportation enhancements for seniors in Revere, social services support, and initiatives that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion, all aimed at building a stronger, more resilient Revere that thrives on community engagement and positive change.

Ira Novoselsky is always available by phone at 781.289.7031 and by email at ira_novoselsky@yahoo.com

Alex Rhalimi contact is 617.312.4755 and campaign email is vote@rhlaimiforrevere.org.

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