Retired Revere Police Sargeant and lifelong Ward 6 resident Chris Giannino announced this week his bid to run for the Ward 6 seat on the Revere City Council.
“Our community needs a City Councilor that’s a leader that understands the needs of the residents of Ward 6. I understand the need of being accessible to my neighbors. I am a candidate with integrity, honesty and experience. I dedicated my life to serving and protecting the citizens of Revere and I am ready to step up to represent them in this capacity. The Revere City council needs a voice of reason. I am prepared to have difficult conversations and help solve issues that will make the City of Revere a better place for all of us to work, live and raise a family.”
Chris Giannino is a lifelong Ward 6 resident. He is a product of the Revere Public School system and went on to attend Salem State College where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1989. Chris is a retired 33-year veteran of the Revere Police Department. He spent his career in the Traffic Division where he coordinated events and logistics for the City of Revere, managed the motorcycle unit, and studied accident reconstruction. Chris’ service to his community gave him the experience to work collaboratively with others, mediate difficult conversations, and solve problems. He has made an impact on the lives of so many in the community by always being ready to offer advice or listen.