Release: Mancieri Thanks Family and Supporters

City Council candidate vows to continue to advocate for Woonsocket.

City Council candidate Garrett Mancieri thanked his supporters for their votes last Tuesday. 

Mancieri came in 9th place for the seven member board with 1,374 votes or 31.04 percent. 

"As a first-time City Council candidate, I would like to thank everyone who voted for me on Election Day November 8th.  Your votes are an affirmation of my new ideas and I will continue to advocate getting Woonsocket back on the right track," Mancieri said in a press release this week. "I work hard every day promoting Woonsocket to people looking to buy a home or open a business and I will continue to do so."

During his campaign, Mancieri outlined a for the city, which included ideas to address economic development, education and public safety.

"I ran for this office because of three main reasons; to bring up home values, improve the quality of life in Woonsocket, and bring new and expanding businesses into the City.  The Mayor and the City Council need all of our help to make Woonsocket a better place," he said.

The 27-year-old real estate agent currently on the Tax Board of Assessment. He is the second cousin of State Sen. Roger Picard (D- Woonsocket, Cumberland,) and the nephew of Ernest Picard (co-owner of )

"I am so thankful for all the support from family, friends, and the many new people that I met on the campaign trail. I would also like to congratulate the new City Council and new School Committee and wish them well for the next two years," Mancieri said. "I would like to especially thank my parents, Frank & Sue Mancieri, for their never-ending love and support." 

Sharing & Giving November 14, 2011 at 11:39 AM
You did a tremendous job coming from last place in the primary to 9th place in the Election! Now, that is an accomplishment to be proud of and I am proud of you. Of course you know what this means,,,,you will have to run again next time! Congratulations!


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