Second in a series of profiles of Boston’s 12 mayoral candidates.
On a recent morning, Felix G. Arroyo started his campaign day around 7:30 outside a Dunkin’ Donuts in Brighton’s Oak Square, brightly greeting customers fueling up before work. After an hour, an aide checked her watch, and he hustled off to the Sisters of St. Joseph for 30 minutes at a March on Washington commemoration. “Pray for me,’’ he whispered to one of the nuns, before rushing away again. Next was a radio show. After that, a gun control rally.