Brodeur pulls papers in Melrose mayoral race

Melrose Free Press

On May 1, Massachusetts State Representative Paul Brodeur pulled nomination papers to run for the Mayor of the City of Melrose at the Melrose City Hall. This was the first day that nomination papers were available to Mayoral candidates.

Brodeur, a longtime resident of Melrose, has represented Melrose in the Massachusetts State Legislature for the past almost nine years, and prior to that, served on Melrose Board of Alderman for nine years. This is the first time Brodeur has run for Mayor.

“I am proud to have taken the first official step in running for Mayor of Melrose, a city where I grew up and have called home for many years,” said Rep. Brodeur. “I look forward to campaigning over the next several months and having the opportunity to hear from residents about what matters most to them about our incredible city.”

All Mayoral candidates have until July 30, 2019 to submit nomination papers for certification of signatures.

Read the original article from the Melrose Free Press, here.