Calling him “part of a new generation of leaders in our city”, Mayor Carlo DeMaria introduced Anthony DiPierro last Thursday, June 25, to more than 300 supporters at Anthony’s of Malden, as the first-time candidate vowed to fight for every vote in November and to treat everyone in Everett with civility and respect.
“At our first party last November I said that no one was going to knock more doors, shake more and hands or work harder than me to earn your vote and I’ve proved that thus far. People are excited and ready for new blood and fresh ideas,” said DiPierro.
The Sycamore Street resident has already knocked on more than 1,000 doors and spends most evenings meeting voters at their doorsteps.
“Those that have known me for a long time know how much I care about the city of Everett and how eager I am to serve you. I’m a community leader that gets things done and that’s what I’ll do as a councilor”, DiPierro continued.
Anthony is a life-long Everett resident. He attended the Albert N. Parlin Elementary School and Everett High, where he was a student ambassador, member of The National Honor Society, elected class treasurer by his peers and coached youth football and basketball. He still keeps in touch with the athletes he mentored, helping guide them through adolescent life.