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WHERE THEY ARE: The candidates' schedules - 11/1/2009

It's the Sunday before Election Day, and that means church visits are in order. Mayor Thomas Menino is in churches in Mattapan and the South End, while Team Floon is in Dorchester. Hibernian Hall will once again be the stage for an afternoon Menino rally, while Floon takes to the airwaves with radio interviews.


8:15 AM Visit to Morning Star Baptist Church
Morning Star Baptist Church, 1257 Blue Hill Avenue, Mattapan

Mayor Menino will greet parishioners and join Reverend Dr. John Borders, III, Senior Pastor of the Morning Star Baptist Church in Mattapan, for their morning service.

11:00 AM Visit to Ebenezer Baptist Church
Ebenezer Baptist Church, 157 West Springfield Street, South End

Reverend Carl Thompson will welcome Mayor Menino to the Ebenezer Baptist Church in the South End.

3:30 PM Community Rally: A Show of Support for Tom Menino
Hibernian Hall, 182-186 Dudley Street, Roxbury

Hundreds of supporters from Dorchester, Mattapan, and Roxbury will rally with Mayor Menino at Hibernian Hall. Former District Attorney Ralph Martin, jazz recording artist Andre Ward, Bruce Bolling, former City Councilor-at-Large, and Shirley Owens-Hicks, former State Representative, will show their support for Mayor Menino and energize the crowd in anticipation of Election Day.

4:30 PM Jamaica Plain Get Out the Vote Rally
Bella Luna Restaurant, 284 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain

Bella Luna Restaurant, a Jamaica Plain hotspot, will host Mayor Menino and local supporters for a Get Out the Vote Rally. Special guests include Sheriff Andrea Cabral as well as State Representatives Liz Malia and Jeff Sanchez, among other community leaders.


9:00 a.m. - Church Visit
Holy Tabernacle

9:30 a.m. - Church Visit
Grace Church of All Nations

10:00 a.m. – Church Visit
Kingdom Builders

4:00 p.m. – Interview on the Jimmy Myers Show (Radio)
96.9 FM, WTKK

5:00 p.m. – Greatest Minds GOTV Event
South End/Roxbury

7:30 p.m. – Radio Internacional Interview
1600 AM, WUNR

Agendas are provided by the Menino and Flaherty campaigns and laboriously pasted here by Lit Drop staff. Please note that plans can change on the campaign trail at a moment’s notice, but we do our best to keep it up to date.


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