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Jennifer Nassour enters the race for Boston City Council, District 8

BOSTON – Jennifer Nassour, a long-standing Boston resident and mother of three, has officially announced her candidacy for the District 8 seat on the Boston City Council. Nassour is running to represent the historic and beautifully diverse neighborhoods of Beacon Hill, Back Bay, Mission Hill, Audubon Circle, Fenway and the West End. Nassour is uniquely positioned to bring clarity, sound…

Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus Endorses Jennifer Nassour for Boston City Council

Statewide organization recognizes Nassour as qualified, pro-choice candidate BOSTON – Jennifer Nassour, candidate for Boston City Council – District 8, has received the endorsement of the Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus (MWPC) Political Action Committee. The MWPC Political Action Committee (PAC) provides support to qualified, pro-choice women candidates running for municipal, legislative and statewide offices. “I am so honored and humbled…

Boston Sun: D8 Candidates Talk Traffic, Affordable Housing, and Education at Forum

by Lauren Bennett • May 24, 2019 Six contenders for Boston District 8 City Council participated in a standing-room-only forum moderated by President Emerita of Lesley University, Margaret McKenna, on May 21. Candidates Kenzie Bok, Montez Haywood, Landon Lemoine, Kristen Mobilia, Jennifer Nassour, and Helene Vincent shared their thoughts on various issues ranging from education to the opiate crisis to traffic. Though…

Beacon Hill Times: Jennifer Nassour Enters Race for Boston City Council, District 8

by Lauren Bennett • May 17, 2019 Jennifer Nassour has joined the cramped race for District 8 City Council. Originally from New York, Nassour moved to Boston in 2000 and has lived in the Back Bay for eight years, where she is raising three daughters. Nassour’s background is deeply rooted in politics—she became involved when she was 19 years old working at…