The reason I am running is that I want to give voice to all the citizens of Boston, especially those who do not feel heard. I can use my experiences to make a positive difference.
I offer a fresh perspective. I believe that the Boston City Council truly cares about their citizens. I want to be a voice for those, who don't always feel heard.
My name is Amanda Smart. I am a woman who wants to make a positive difference in the lives of as many individuals as I can. The different roles I've had in my life: daughter, student, friend, patient, employee, advocate,
payer, author...have given me the chance to view the world through different lenses..
"One candidate — Amanda Smart of Brighton— opened an
with the Massachusetts Office of
back in January. A UMass Boston graduate with a MS in Human Services, Smart notes her history of recovering from a traumatic brain
she sustained as a teenager and her decade of
with the Massachusetts Association for the Blind and advocacy with the disability community on her
." Dorchester Reporter 12/13/18
What do I offer to voters?
I should be elected for my ability to analyze issues from different perspectives. I am always willing to listen, and to hear other
of view. I value and want to hear everyone's opinion, on subjects we address. We can
together to make our lives and our community shine!
Challenges I will focus on: