Why I'm Running
I've decided to run for Boston City Council because I want to bring the focus back to where it should be, on the residents who elected us to serve.
If elected, constituent services will be at the heart of everything I do. I will ensure that I am active and present in every part of the district, talking to and hearing from residents and then showing up daily at City Hall to advocate on their behalf. I know our communities face real issues that need to be addressed, from schools to crime, public works to transportation, and so much more. While we may not always agree, I believe we can always find common ground and work together to provide actual results for our constituents.
At the end of the day, I believe the voters deserve a choice in the upcoming election. If you want a City Councilor dedicated to working for you, committed to solving the pressing issues facing our communities, and focused on delivering actual results, then I hope I can count on your support.
William King, a lifelong resident of Boston, born and raised in Dorchester, was raised by his working parents and is a graduate of the Boston Public School system. Graduating in 2007 from TechBoston Academy, Mr. King had worked for the Boston Public School system for 6 years as a Technology Specialist until becoming an IT Director for a local conservation nonprofit.