Page 8 THE REVERE ADVOCATE – FRIDAY, MAY 19, 2023 Interim Mayor Patrick Keefe Officially Announces Candidacy for Mayor L ast Thursday evening, Revere City Council President and Acting Mayor of Revere Patrick Keefe announced his candidacy for mayor in the November 2023 citywide election. Keefe is fi lling the seat left by former Mayor Brian Arrigo, who was picked as Department of Conservation & Recreation Commissioner by Governor Maura Healey. The fundraiser took place at Springhill Suites. Candidate for Mayor Patrick Keefe with supporters: Dawn Russo, Karen Tran, Christina Cavagnaro. Acting Mayor Patrick Keefe drew a big crowd from the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center. Announcing his friend Patrick Keefe for Mayor of Revere was Bob Marra. Candidate for Mayor Patrick Keefe greeted Candidate for Ward 4 Councillor Paul Argenzio and Revere School Committee Member John Kingston. Bob Marra with Acting Mayor Patrick Keefe. Marra introduced his friend at the candidate’s campaign kickoff . Showing support for Acting Mayor Patrick Keefe, pictured from left to right: Tom O’Brien, Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky and Joaquin Lemus. Supporting Keefe for Mayor: Bernardo Sepulveda, Sergio Jean and Lou Markakis. Longtime friend John Migliozzi from Everett Bank was on hand to wish the candidate good luck. Acting Mayor Patrick Keefe is shown with his parents, Patrick Keefe, Sr. and Lucille, and family friend, James Nigro. The Good Diner owner Saber Abougalala showed his support for candidate Patrick Keefe. Businessman Kevin Chiles and Revere Police Sgt. Joe Internicola were on hand to support candidate Patrick Keefe.

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