Jesse Meets With Invisible Somerville

Jesse met with members of Indivisible Somerville last night to discuss how Somerville's government body works and how people can get more engaged on the local level. "It's been so inspiring to meet so many people who are new to community activism seeking out ways they can affect change through politics on the local level. Indivisible Somerville has a huge network of talented individuals who will, no doubt, have a great impact wherever they choose to focus their efforts. I'm looking forward to working with them in the future."  – Jesse Clingan  

Swarm Ten Hills

14 degrees big deal for Team Jesse!  Thank you to everyone who came out to canvas Ten Hills with us! It was great chatting with voters of Ward 4. Stay tuned for updates on the next swarm.  


SOMERVILLE WARD 4 ALDERMAN CANDIDATE JESSE CLINGAN HITS THE GROUND RUNNING  By William Tauro  This past Saturday afternoon, candidate for Somerville’s Ward 4 Alderman Jesse Clingan held his first campaign kickoff party. Clingan, a very well known and highly respected member of the community drew a crowd of over two hundred supporters that packed the house at Casey’s Bar that’s located on Broadway in Somerville. Amongst the huge crowd of supporters that attended the first time kick off event were a record number of incumbent local and state elected officials as well as political candidate hopefuls that are running for other elected local offices.     For the full story visit:

Jesse Clingan Announces Run For Ward 4 Alderman’s Seat

Jesse Clingan Announces Run For Ward 4 Alderman’s Seat By  Rand Wilson (Patch Poster) Somerville native and long-time community activist Jesse Clingan announced his candidacy for Ward 4 Alderman today. Jesse is running on a platform of responsive and accessible government, affordable and middle income housing and continuing the fight against opiate abuse, among many issues. “There are many changes coming to Ward 4 and the Winter Hill area in particular,” said Clingan. “I want to guide policy decisions in ways that benefit the entire community, including future Somervillians and current residents struggling to stay in the city.” For the full story visit: