Just 10 days before the Sept. 24 preliminary election, many of the 12 candidates dashed across the city Saturday in a flurry of campaigning as they ramped up get-out-the-vote efforts.
An already hectic Boston mayoral campaign kicked into a higher gear. On the second-to-last weekend before voters go to the polls, many of the candidates dashed from event to event Saturday for appearances in numerous neighborhoods.
City Councilor Rob Consalvo may take the cake for the busiest weekend campaigner — seven public events Saturday and 10 planned for Sunday.
Consalvo spent Saturday criss-crossing the city, with events in West Roxbury, South Boston, Dorchester, Roslindale, Brighton and his home neighborhood of Hyde Park. He canvassed with state Representative Kevin Honan, who has endorsed Consalvo.
The councilor from Hyde Park isn’t the only candidate who has been busy.
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