City Councilor Mike Ross today opened a campaign office in Mission Hill, which lies in the council district he has represented since 1999.
“Mission Hill is my home, and I’m excited to provide a place for my neighbors and volunteers to come together to support my campaign,” Ross said in a statement.
The new office, located at 142 Smith St., is Ross’s second campaign office. His headquarters is based in South Boston, in a spacious ground-floor suite equipped with conference rooms, a Nerf basketball hoop, and ping-pong table, among other amenities.
The campaign says it plans to use the Mission Hill office for phone banking and canvassing in the surrounding neighborhoods of Fenway and Jamaica Plain.
“We’re in the final stretch, and officially moving into the get-out-the-vote stage of our campaign,” said Cayce McCabe, Ross’s campaign manager. “Turning out Mike’s district has always been a priority for us, and this office will serve as the base of operations to do just that.”
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