At-large council field could get even larger

Domingos DaRosa, a Hyde Park resident and former city youth worker who now runs his own property-maintenance business, has filed papers with state elections officials that he has organized a campaign to run for an at-large city council seat in this year's fall elections.

DaRosa joins incumbents Annissa Essaibi-George, Michelle Wu, Michael Flaherty and Ayanna Pressley and possible challenger Aziza Robinson-Goodnight of Dorchester as a possible candidate for one of the four, two-year at large seats.

Candidates still need to file enough signatures on petitions the city elections department will release next month to get on the fall ballot.

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Is that Doug Bennett's music???

No chance he can ever get elected to anything now that he's decided to go nuts on the Boston Herald comments section.

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What's that???

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Is that Doug Bennett's music???

No chance he can ever get elected to anything now that he's decided to go nuts on the Boston Herald comments section.

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The candidates for the office are listed in the article. The Cambridge candidates are irrelevant to this story.

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