(UPDATED) #BosMayor Round-Up: Sept. 19, 2013

5 days to the Sept. 24 preliminary. City Councillor At-Large Felix Arroyo gets the early bird award, with a schedule entry that puts him at the Freeport Bus Yard at 5:30 a.m. District 5 Councillor Rob Consalvo starts the day at his home in Hyde Park and has 15 events stops planned. The amped up schedule, which Consalvo plans to repeat every day until the election, is part of the campaign’s “All in for Boston” tour. State Rep. Marty Walsh greets city workers heading into City Hall (no word on whether he’ll be joined by a bulldozer). The last big forum before the preliminary is scheduled for tonight at UMass Boston and sponsored by the Boston Foundation and WBUR. The radio station’s Meghna Chakrabarti and Bob Oakes will moderate.

BOSTON TEACHERS UNION MAKES ENDORSEMENTS OFFICIAL: On Wednesday night, the Boston Teachers Union, with little dissent, voted to back City Councillor At-Large Felix Arroyo and Councillor Consalvo. The union also cut $5,000 checks for each candidate, though Consalvo’s campaign said late Wednesday night that they would turn it down. The campaign cited its version of the People’s Pledge, a bid to keep outside spending from affecting the mayoral race. The union said it will likely spend an additional $5,000 – they’re limited to spending $15,000 – on robocalls or online advertisements. Richard Stutman, the head of the BTU, said about 200 people attended the meeting at their headquarters. “These are two people who distinguished themselves at our forum,” he said of Consalvo and Arroyo.

ODDS & ENDS: State Rep. Walsh’s campaign releases an ad that’s web-only for now, spotlighting a beneficiary of a program the lawmaker created as head of the building trades…..There is a Consalvo Campaign Van. Yes, of course we have a picture…..Former state Rep. Marie St. Fleur appears in a YouTube video promoting candidate John Barros…..The folks who made the Massachusetts Fifth Congressional District ad featuring liberal state Rep. Carl Sciortino and his conservative father also made the ad that showed District 8 Councillor Michael Ross running through Boston, distributing his mayoral platform, we're told…..Details from the Suffolk University/Herald poll are available here.

THE DAY AHEAD: A list of happenings, as provided by the campaigns. Schedule entries are subject to change:

State Rep. Marty Walsh

6:00 a.m. Rep. Walsh will greet commuters at Ruggles Station (Ruggles Street and Tremont Street, Roxbury)

8:45 a.m. Rep. Walsh will greet city workers (steps of Boston City Hall)

10:15 a.m. Rep. Walsh will greet voters in the North End (Caffe Dello Sport, 308 Hanover Street)

11:15 a.m. Rep. Walsh will greet voters in Charlestown (Dunkin Donuts, 11 Austin Street)

2:45 p.m. Rep. Walsh will greet voters in the South End (Columbus Avenue and Arlington Street)

3:45 p.m. Rep. Walsh will greet voters in East Boston (Maverick Station, 220 Sumner at Chelsea Street and Meridian Street; Orient Heights Station, 1000 Bennington Street, north of 990 Saratoga Street)

7:00 p.m. Boston Mayoral Forum sponsored by WBUR, The Boston Foundation and UMass Boston (UMass Boston Campus Center, 100 Morrissey Blvd., Dorchester)

City Councillor At-Large John Connolly

Hosting Senior Brunch
10:00 AM
Seapoint Restaurant, 367 East 8th Street, South Boston, MA

Visiting with Seniors in West Roxbury
1:00 PM

Jeff Santos Radio Show
3:40 PM
Revolution Boston AM 1510 & http://www.revolutionradionetwork.com

Tenants' Development Corporation Forum
4:30 PM
566 Columbus Avenue, Boston, MA

Greeting Voters at Dudley Square MBTA Station
5:00 PM
Dudley Square MBTA Station, Boston, MA

Forum at UMass Boston McCormack School
7:00 PM
100 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA

City Councillor At-Large Felix Arroyo

5:30AM Freeport Bus Yard
32 Freeport Street, Dorchester 02125
Greeting workers, talking about economic development plan and plan to create pathways out of poverty

7:45AM T Stop Tour: Forest Hills
Washington Street at Hyde Park Avenue, Jamaica Plain 02130
Greeting voters, talking about issues important to them including plans to create equitable transportation

11:45 AM Cactus Mexican Grill
44 Maverick Square, East Boston 02128
Greeting residents and talking about economic development plan and Invest in Boston

2:30 PM Amory Street Apartment
125 Amory Street, Roxbury 02119
Visiting residents, talking about vision of Boston and plan to create pathways out of poverty and into the middle class

3:20 PM Hennigan School
200 Heath Street, Jamaica Plain 02130
Greeting parents and discussing plans to close the achievement gap in Boston Public Schools

4:30 PM East Boston Early Education Center
135 Gove Street, East Boston, 02128
Greeting parents and discussing plans to close the achievement gap in Boston Public Schools

5:30 PM Tenants Development Corporation Forum
566 Columbus Ave, South End 02118
Participating in mayoral forum, discussing ideas to create affordable housing

7:00 PM WBUR/UMass Boston Forum
UMass Campus Center, 100 Morrissey Blvd, Ballroom A, Dorchester 02125
Participating in mayoral forum, talking about vision of Boston where everyone has opportunities to succeed

9:30 PM Roche Bros.
1800 Centre Street, West Roxbury, 02132
Talking to residents about vision for Boston and issues important to them

District 5 Councillor Rob Consalvo

6;00 a.m. – Supporters send Rob off from his home, 18 Chittick Road, Hyde Park

6:30 a.m. – Rob greets commuters at the Wood Island MBTA Station, East Boston

7:30 a.m. – Rob greets customers at Dunkin’ Donuts, 229 Bunker Hill St., Charlestown

8:30 a.m. – Rob greets City Hall staff as they come to work, City Hall

9:15 a.m. – Rob greets customers at Mike’s Pastry, North End

10:00 a.m. – Rob greets customers at Cranberry Café, 704 E. Broadway, South Boston

11:30 a.m. – Rob discusses his vision for a better Boston with seniors at the Margaret M. Shea Adult Day Health Program, 229 River Street, Mattapan

12:30 p.m – Rob joins the Mil Par Seniors social club to discuss his vision for a better Boston, St. Pius X Church, Hyde Park

1:15 p.m. – Rob greets customers at Real Deal restaurant, 1882 Centre Street, West Roxbury

2:15 p.m. – Rob greets customers at Esperia Grill, 344 Washington Street, Alston/Brighton

3:30 p.m. – Rob meets with the Boston Student Advisory Council to discuss his 10-year plan to make Boston Public Schools stronger and to listen to concerns of BPS students and staff, Madison Park High School, Roxbury

4:30 p.m. – Rob attends a candidate’s forum hosted by the South End Tenants’ Development Corp., Harriet Tubman House, 566 Columbus Ave., South End

6:00 p.m. – Robs discusses his vision for a better Boston with residents of Jamaica Tower senior home, 111 Perkins Street, 2nd floor, Jamaica Plain

7:15 p.m. - Rob attends a meet and greet event with Boston Public School Teachers, 10 Weld Street, Roslindale

8:00 p.m. –Rob attends ALL IN FOR BOSTON DAY 1 rally with supporters, 1665 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan

Codman Square Health Center co-founder Bill Walczak

7-8:30
Bill meets voters at two T-Stops:
- Ashmont Station, Dorchester
- Maverick Station, East Boston

8:30-9:30:
Bill meets voters at Meridian 155 Coffee Shop
East Boston

9:30-10:30:
Bill stops by Innovation Conference
Seaport Hotel

10:30-12:00:
Bill meets voters in front of the Boston Public Library
Copley Square, Back Bay

2:00-3:00:
Bill meets voters in Blackstone Park
South End

4:30-5:30:
Bill meets voters at the Tenants Association Meet and Greet
Harriet Tubman House, 566 Columbus Ave

6:30-9:00:
Bill participates in the UMASS/WBUR Mayoral Candidates Forum
UMASS McCormack School: 100 Morrissey Blvd

9:15-10:15:
Bill is interviewed by WCEA/TV Channel 26/La Semana Interview
903 Albany Street, Corner of Melnea Cass and Albany

District Attorney Dan Conley

7:30 a.m.- Holy Name Rotary Stand-out
Holy Name Rotary
1689 Centre St
West Roxbury

9:00 a.m.- Senior Coffee
Msgr. Powers Apartments
120 L St, Community Room
South Boston

10:00 a.m.- Senior Coffee
South Boston Elderly Apartments
120 H St, Community Room
South Boston

11:30 a.m.- Senior Coffee
St. Lazarus Church
59 Ashley St East Boston

1:00 p.m.- Business Roundtable
Poalo’s
251 Main St
Charlestown

7:00 p.m.- Boston Foundation Forum
UMass Boston Campus Center
100 Morrissey Blvd.
Boston

District 8 Councillor Michael Ross

8:00 am
Greet Voters
Forest Hills T Stop

9:00 am
Meet Voters at Haley House Cafe
12 Dade St, Roxbury, MA 02119

10:00 am
Symphony Plaza West Senior Center Visit
333 Massachusetts Ave

11:00 am
Greet voters at Roche Brothers
1800 Centre St West Roxbury, MA 02132

12:30 pm
Lunch at a food truck and meet voters
Dewey Sq

2:00 pm
Bingo and meet residents at RTH
11 New Whitney Street, Boston, MA 02115

3:15 pm
Start Up/Coworking Space Tour
129 Newbury St.

4:30 pm
Codman Square Farmers Market
Codman Commons 6 Norfolk St

5:30pm
Roslindale Main Streets Third Thursdays
Roslindale Village, Intersection of South St. and Belgrade Ave

6:45 pm
WBUR Forum
UMass Boston Campus Center
100 Morrissey Blvd.

9:30 pm
Greet Voters and Watch Football
Ironside Grill, 25 Park St.

UPDATE: This post was updated at 10:34 a.m. with the Ross schedule.