Two days before the preliminary election on Tuesday, September 24th, City Councilor At-Large candidate Philip Frattaroli, held a pre-election rally at his North End restaurant, Ducali Pizzeria. He spoke about his efforts to traverse the city leading up to the election and emphasized his experience in running a small business and community involvement. Frattaroli’s campaign was recently bolstered by a Boston Herald endorsement that said, “Philip A. Frattaroli, a lawyer and small business owner from the North End, grew up in his father’s restaurants and now runs his own. His business perspective would be unique on the council; his fiscally conservative views would be a rare breath of fresh air, too.” Local elected officials, State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz and City Councilor Sal LaMattina have also endorsed Philip Frattaroli for City Councilor At-Large. On Tuesday, September 24th, the field of nearly 20 at-large candidates will be reduced to 8 that will run for the 4 open at-large seats on election day, November 5, 2013. See PhilipFrattaroli.com for more information about the candidate.