Four candidates for the 12th Suffolk House seat will have the floor during a virtual meeting of the Lower Mills Civic Association membership on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Cameron Charbonnier, Stephanie Everett, Jovan Lacet, and Brandy Fluker-Oakley were invited to virtually introduce themselves.
The candidates, two women and two men, all Democrats, will compete to decide a successor for state Rep. Dan Cullinane, who announced last February that he would not seek re-election.
Charbonnier is a Dorchester resident and a longtime aide to Mayor Walsh. Everett is a Mattapan-based attorney who sought the 12th Suffolk seat in 2013. Lacet is a former police officer and attorney who has ran unsuccessfully for the seat in the last two cycles. Fluker Oakley is a partner at a local non-profit and a practicing attorney based in Mattapan.
The agenda for the civic meeting also includes a discussion about outdoor dining in Lower Mills village and recent fireworks activity. An election of officers is also on the agenda.