Democratic candidates needed for the 2019 election

The City of Quincy will be holding an election for Mayor, City Council, and School Committee in 2019.  The following positions are not currently occupied by a Democrat.  If you are a Democrat interested in running, please contact the QDCC.

Article Two, Section 1 of the MA Democratic Party Charter states:   "The local committees shall conduct ... such activities as are suitable for a political organization; among which (without limitation) are: the endorsement of enrolled Democratic candidates in partisan and nonpartisan primaries, preliminaries and elections...."

Check out who will be on November’s ballot here!

Meet the 2019 Candidates


Thomas P. Koch (incumbent, running for his sixth term)

Brenda Ryan

Mayor Koch will face off against political newcomer Brenda Ryan

Candidates for Quincy mayor, city council to speak on environmental issues

See Patriot Ledger article on the current mayor leaving the Democratic Party.
See the 4/10/2018 Patriot Ledger picture and article of the current mayor and the current Quincy Ward 5 Councillor (who is also the chairman of the Republican State Committee) greeting VP Pence at Logan Airport, filling in for the Governor and Lieutenant Governor

See the Boston Globe's 4/10/2018 article, where Governor says he could not meet the VP because “my calendar already had all kinds of other stuff on it which was important,” so Quincy Mayor and Republican State Chair (Quincy Ward 5 Councillor) go instead

City Councilor At-Large

Ward One City Councilor

Ward Two City Councilor

Ward Three City Councilor

Ward Four City Councilor

Ward Five City Councilor

Ward Six City Councilor

School Committee



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