Ward 4 City Councillor candidate Paul Argenzio, who heads the Revere Dept. of Public Works as superintendent, held his campaign fundraiser at Companions Restaurant last Thursday night. The slot was vacated by Acting Mayor Patrick Keefe Jr. after former Mayor Brian Arrigo resigned. According to the candidate, should he win the City Council seat, he would step down as superintendent to fully focus on his City Council role.
Campaign Committee, shown from left to right: Debra West (Public Relations), Secretary Abby Shaughnessy, candidate Paul Argenzio’s wife/Vice Chair Colleen, candidate Argenzio, their son/Campaign Committee Chair Vincent, Media Manager Ploypailin Argenzio and Treasurer Savanah Carlson during last Thursday night’s campaign fundraiser for Ward 4 City Councillor candidate Paul Argenzio at Companions Restaurant.
Pictured from left to right: Mayoral candidate and current Councillor-at-Large Gerry Visconti, candidate Paul Argenzio and Councillor-at-Large Anthony Zambuto.
Candidate Paul Argenzio is pictured with Water and Sewer Special Assistant Kori O’Hara and her daughter, Kalista, 2.
During his speech, Argenzio said he will be hitting the campaign trail to hear the concerns of residents.
Vincent Argenzio introduced his dad, Paul Argenzio, at the event.
Ward 6 City Councillor Ricky Serino with candidate Paul Argenzio (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)
Candidate Paul Argenzio is pictured with State Representatives Jeff Turco and Jessica Giannino.
Candidate Paul Argenzio with Ward 5 City Councillor John Powers, who said Argenzio will carry on that hardworking tradition into city government.
Retired Police Officer Ron and Carole Colegrove said candidate Paul Argenzio is a great servant to the city, a wonderful neighbor and a great person.
Pictured from left to right: Lilian DeFilippo, candidate Paul Argenzio and JoAnn Giannino wished Argenzio luck, adding that he has a lot of patience and that he knows the city.
Shown from left to right: candidate Paul Argenzio’s wife, Colleen; neighbor Deborah Pagliarulo; the candidate’s son, Vincent; candidate Paul; and neighbor George Cashman, who said he is looking forward to his victory in Ward 4, adding that Argenzio is the man for the job.
Neighbors Roberta and Mike Norton said candidate Paul Argenzio is friendly, welcoming and conscientious, adding that he is constantly receiving phone calls at all hours in his role as DPW Superintendent.
Pictured from left to right: School Committee member John Kingston, candidate Paul Argenzio and Councillor-at-Large candidate Juan Jaramillo.
Candidate Paul Argenzio received the support of former longtime Ward 3 City Councillor Arthur Guinasso, who said Argenzio cares about people as well as knows about traffic and infrastructure.
Friends, pictured from left to right: James Nigro, Rick Savage and Kathy Savage with candidate Paul Argenzio.
Candidate Paul Argenzio and his family
Pictured from left to right: Ward 3 City Councillor Anthony Cogliandro, State Representative Jeff Turco, candidate Paul Argenzio, State Representative Jessica Giannino, School Committee Member John Kingston and Councillor-at-Large/Revere Veterans Service Office Director Marc Silvestri.