McGonagle, who owns a construction business, is in his second term as an alderman at large after serving terms as Ward 6 alderman and Ward 1 common councilor.
He lost a bid for mayor in 2007.
“If I’m lucky enough to be elected, constituent services will be the focus of who I am,” he said. “My office will be open seven days a week.”
A four-term Ward 5 Common Councilor, DiFlorio co-owns a ceramic tile business.
“I am running for the right reasons,” she said. “I’m not affiliated with anybody. I’m there to make the right decisions for the people of Everett.”
Gianatassio, a self employed handyman/painter, was a School Committee member for two terms, from 1994 to 1998, serving as president one of those years. He lost a bid for the House seat in 2010.
“I’m a devout Catholic Christian,” he said. “I’m deeply concerned about the moral issues of our day. I am 100 percent pro life, pro the sanctity of marriage, and pro economic justice.”
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