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The Nicholson for Mayor of Lynn Campaign is excited to announce its first campaign hire — Jean Michael Fana will serve as Organizing Director. Jean recently returned to Lynn after serving as an Army JAG Corps Paralegal. He served as a Trial Defense Paralegal at Camp Humphreys, South Korea and later was assigned to Fort[…]
The last year has been challenging in so many ways. While I wish it were possible to know when we can all gather safely in-person, I would like to invite you to a virtual kickoff for my campaign on Wednesday May 12 7-8 pm. You can sign up online at https://secure.actblue.com/donate/kickoffwithjared. Donations are welcomed but[…]
Sharing this Op-Ed I wrote for the Daily Item – Recover Fully and Fairly by Supporting Lynn Entrepreneurs
Lynn hasn’t just been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic from a public health perspective. The economic effects have also been severe. Our goal should be to recover fully and fairly. One key strategy is to support local entrepreneurs. More at https://www.itemlive.com/2021/04/13/jared-nicholson-recover-fully-and-fairly-by-supporting-lynn-entrepreneurs/
I’m Running For Mayor I’m excited to announce that I am running for Mayor of Lynn. I’m running to help with the recovery from COVID-19 and to provide leadership for growth that includes all of Lynn. I would like to thank Mayor McGee for his steadfast leadership, particularly during the unprecedented crisis of COVID-19. Going[…]
School building formula failing Gateway Cities Update needed and equity concerns must be addressed JARED NICHOLSON Mar 12, 2021 THE STATE’S SYSTEM for financing the construction of new public schools is broken. Nowhere is that more apparent than the city of Lynn. The number of students in Lynn’s schools has increased by 21 percent since 2008. Nearly half[…]
Reopening schools requires better state support by Jared C. Nicholson December 8, 2020 The Baker administration should acknowledge the local experts that we are listening to, or at least help us understand what’s driving the discrepancies among experts. https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/12/07/opinion/reopening-schools-requires-better-state-support/ Even as coronavirus cases spike in the state, Governor Baker is calling for schools to be[…]
Lynn School Committee Passed unanimously on June 11, 2020 LYNN SCHOOL COMMITTEE RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF ERADICATING RACISM WHEREAS, recent events have yet again crystallized in our collective view the scourge of racism and white supremacy in this country: and WHEREAS, silence in the face of oppression can rightly be seen as complicity; and WHEREAS,[…]
I would like to share an Op-Ed published in the Daily Item about the importance of LPS gathering feedback during COVID-19 https://www.itemlive.com/2020/05/31/commentary-feedback-on-frustrations/ It’s almost June – normally a moment to reflect on lessons learned this school year and plans for the next. Instead, we’re reflecting on a devastating moment for our country and a moment[…]
I am thrilled to continue for another term! Congratulations to my colleagues, I love working with you. Thank you to all the candidates, your contributions really strengthen the city. Thank you to all our volunteers and supporters, especially my family. My son Henry’s election debut was drastically enriched by doubling as his introduction to his[…]
The Lynn City Elections are Tuesday November 5th! Check your polling place location here. Polls are open from 7 am to 8 pm. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me at email@example.com or (617) 780-6747.