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The mayoral campaign: Sept. 20 events

Felix Arroyo

7:45 a.m. — T stop tour, Maverick Square, East Boston.

10 — Bus yard visit, Washington Street and Melnea Cass Boulevard, South End.

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11 — Visiting with residents of Spring House, 44-46 Allandale St., Jamaica Plain.

2:30 p.m. — Meeting parents at Hernández K-8 School, 61 School St., Roxbury.

3:30 — Visiting Mozart Elementary School, 236 Beech St., Roslindale.

5:15 — T stop tour, Forest Hills, Jamaica Plain.

John Connolly

7 a.m. — Greet voters at Back Bay MBTA station.

Noon — City Council hearing.

6 p.m. — Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers annual banquet, IBEW Local 103, 256 Freeport St.

9 — The People in Neighborhoods Can Help Foundation’s Banquet, Elks Lodge, 1 Morrell St., West Roxbury.

Martin J. Walsh

7 a.m. — Greets commuters at Mattapan Station.

8 — Meets Haitian pastors, Brothers Four Restaurant, Mattapan Square.

10 — Greets voters in Chinatown, New Golden Gates, corner of Beech and Hudson streets.

11 — Public safety press conference, South Station.

12:30 p.m. — Meets voters in Jamaica Plain with Representative Liz Malia, 668 Centre St.

1:45 — Greets voters in Roslindale Square.

3:30 — Mixing with voters in Roxbury, MLK Boulevard and Warren Avenue.

5:30 — Attends St. Peters Academy barbecue, 371 West Fourth St., South Boston.

Bill Walczak

7 to 10 a.m. — Meets voters at Jackson Square, Shawmut, and Ruggles T stations.

12:30 to 2 p.m. — Testifies before the City Council Economic Development Committee on the Nov. 5 casino vote.

2 to 3 — Meets voters at the Copley Square Farmers Market

6 to 8 — Attends Little Haiti event, 1184 Hyde Park Ave.

9:15 to 10:15 — Interviewed on WBZ radio by Dan Rea.

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