Special election set for March 30 to fill Robert DeLeo’s 19th Suffolk district seat

A special election to fill the 19th Suffolk district seat vacated by former Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo will be held March 30, the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office announced.
Primaries will be held on March 2.
The Winthrop Democrat and longest-serving speaker in state history resigned last Tuesday. Already, a five-way race between Democrats has taken shape.
No Republicans have yet thrown their hat in the ring to represent the district that includes Winthrop and parts of Revere.
Candidates have until Jan. 19 to submit nomination papers to local registrars. The final day to file certified nomination papers with the Secretary of the Commonwealth is Jan. 26. Nominations for the House of Representatives require a minimum of 150 certified signatures.
Alicia DelVento, a state Democratic committeewoman from Winthrop and a communication and policy aide for state Rep. Danielle Gregoire, filed paperwork with the state Office of Campaign Finance on Dec. 30.
DelVento formally announced her candidacy on Monday saying, “Our community of Winthrop and Revere faces many challenges. To fix them, we need someone on Beacon Hill who can roll up her sleeves and get to work on day one.”
Former Winthrop Town Council President Jeffrey Turco also formally announced his candidacy on Monday, after filing paperwork with the state last month.
“As a resident of Revere for 33 years, and now as a resident of Winthrop, I am uniquely suited to understand the issues of our communities,” Turco said. Turco also previously served as chief of staff and chief legal counsel in the Massachusetts State Senate.
Another Beacon Hill aide, Valentino Capobianco, a Winthrop School Committee member, former DeLeo aide and current chief of staff to state Sen. Paul Feeney, announced his intention to run last Wednesday.
The Winthrop Democrat said he is running “to improve our public schools and to help our small businesses and working families rebuild after the pandemic.”
Juan Pablo Jaramillo, a Democratic State Committee member and political coordinator for 32BJ SEIU from Revere, was first to file as a candidate with the state on Dec. 18.
At the time, Jaramillo told the Herald, he has served his community throughout his career and views the opening as “an opportunity to continue to serve and bring that perspective to Beacon Hill.”
Revere Director of Veteran Services Marc Silvestri, has also filed paperwork with OCPF indicating his intention to run.

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