Joe Petty’s got a well oiled machine working for him, so here’s how you can help support Michael Gaffney for mayor and take your city back from the corrupt politicians and sneakthieves who currently run it.
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The advantage that Jumpin Joe Petty has, and the reason he was elected mayor in the first place, is the powerful political machine that is backing him up. He’s got an army of people willing to hold signs for him
every other day he’s having a fundraiser
and most importantly he has been blessed by the Godfather of Worcester politics himself – Congressman Jim McGovern.
This is why we can’t have nice things. Because we’re going up against a very powerful, organized, and well-funded machine.
But the bad guys don’t have to win. On Friday from 5:30 to 7:30 at Rocky’s Bar and Grille on Water Street, Councilor Michael Gaffney is having his own rally. Donations are graciously accepted for the campaign, but more importantly he needs volunteers. He needs people to help out with the phone bank, drop literature, hold signs, tell friends, and help spread the message that he’s the candidate that can help make Worcester great again.
It’s great if you plan on voting for him on November 3, but we are up against some very corrupt and influential people who will do WHATEVER it takes to make sure that Petty stays in office, so that the gravy train can continue to flow. It’s time to put the gravy train out of commission and put the people’s train back on the tracks.
Councilor Gaffney spearheaded the movement to put police in North High School, he voted against raising property taxes, and he led the audit of a corrupt and illegal non-profit as it continued to steal taxpayer money and give it to people who block our traffic and break our laws. That is what leadership looks like. That is what Worcester needs to be great again.
Hope to see a good crowd for the next Mayor of Worcester on Friday, October 9, from 5:30-7:30. Feel free to like the Facebook page to keep up to date.