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Frantz Pierre

He/Him

Election history
1st time running

More about Frantz Pierre

A first-time candidate for City Council, Franz Pierre is a lifelong Cambridge resident and attended Cambridge Rindge And Latin.

Incumbent
No
Age
39 years, 2 months
Born in 1982
Voter Registration
June 21, 2003

Where does Frantz live?

Address
Rents at 22 Water Street, Unit 808 Cambridge MA 02141

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Local Endorsements

Q&A

Interviews with the candidate

Cambridge Nonprofit Coalition 2021

Distribution of funds, non-profits and their position in Cambridge

Cambridge Nonprofit Coalition 2021

Distribution of funds, non-profits and their position in Cambridge

Quotes

The community to me comes first. So what they want they get.

Press

Articles about the candidate

The Harvard Crimson First-time Candidate Frantz Pierre Running on Education, Housing Equity

Pierre has been engaged in Cambridge civic action from a young age. He has worked at all five youth centers in the city, beginning at age 13 when he served as a junior counselor at the Area 4 Youth Center, a local child care provider. While attending the Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School, Pierre was the point guard for the basketball team and taught meditation skills to local elementary school students.

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Pierre, who earned an associate's degree from Hesser College in 2006, currently works as a care coordinator at the Boston Medical Center and as an intensive care coordinator at the Home for Little Wanderers, which provides aid to at-risk children.

Oct. 29, 2021 — Awa D. Jasseh, Paton D. Roberts
The Harvard Crimson First-time Candidate Frantz Pierre Running on Education, Housing Equity

Pierre has been engaged in Cambridge civic action from a young age. He has worked at all five youth centers in the city, beginning at age 13 when he served as a junior counselor at the Area 4 Youth Center, a local child care provider. While attending the Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School, Pierre was the point guard for the basketball team and taught meditation skills to local elementary school students.

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Pierre, who earned an associate's degree from Hesser College in 2006, currently works as a care coordinator at the Boston Medical Center and as an intensive care coordinator at the Home for Little Wanderers, which provides aid to at-risk children.

Oct. 29, 2021 — Awa D. Jasseh, Paton D. Roberts
Wicked Local Cambridge ELECTION 2021: Cambridge City Council candidate statements

Frantz's goals are to diminish the educational deficits within the community. He knows the importance of creating an equal opportunity for all children to participate, learn and be creative within the Cambridge school system. As a father of three, Frantz recognizes the need for a safe and healthy learning environment, where children are encouraged to contribute and excel.

Oct. 21, 2021 — Community Content
Wicked Local Cambridge ELECTION 2021: Cambridge City Council candidate statements

Frantz's goals are to diminish the educational deficits within the community. He knows the importance of creating an equal opportunity for all children to participate, learn and be creative within the Cambridge school system. As a father of three, Frantz recognizes the need for a safe and healthy learning environment, where children are encouraged to contribute and excel.

Oct. 21, 2021 — Community Content
The Harvard Crimson City Council Candidates Lay Out Plans to Support Arts and Culture at Virtual Forum

First-time candidate Frantz Pierre discussed the importance of supporting Cambridge’s youth to succeed in the arts.

“I think it's time that we get the kids in Cambridge a true chance to succeed,” he said.

Oct. 20, 2021 — Sarah Girma and Jennifer L. Powley
The Harvard Crimson City Council Candidates Lay Out Plans to Support Arts and Culture at Virtual Forum

First-time candidate Frantz Pierre discussed the importance of supporting Cambridge’s youth to succeed in the arts.

“I think it's time that we get the kids in Cambridge a true chance to succeed,” he said.

Oct. 20, 2021 — Sarah Girma and Jennifer L. Powley
The Harvard Crimson City Council Candidates Propose Strategies for Supporting Low-Income Residents at Virtual Forum

Noting the “tense” climate surrounding law enforcement in the United States, Gebru also asked candidates about their approaches to public safety in Cambridge.

Frantz Pierre, another City Council candidate, said the City should better integrate police officers into local neighborhoods to improve trust.

“It brings a bad taste in certain communities when police only show up when things are going wrong,” Pierre said. “If the person that’s getting called on is uncomfortable, and the police showing up is uncomfortable, then it’s going to be a disaster.”

Oct. 10, 2021 — Isabella B. Cho
The Harvard Crimson City Council Candidates Propose Strategies for Supporting Low-Income Residents at Virtual Forum

Noting the “tense” climate surrounding law enforcement in the United States, Gebru also asked candidates about their approaches to public safety in Cambridge.

Frantz Pierre, another City Council candidate, said the City should better integrate police officers into local neighborhoods to improve trust.

“It brings a bad taste in certain communities when police only show up when things are going wrong,” Pierre said. “If the person that’s getting called on is uncomfortable, and the police showing up is uncomfortable, then it’s going to be a disaster.”

Oct. 10, 2021 — Isabella B. Cho

Campaign finance

How much the candidate has raised and spent

$342
Current balance
$17
Balance at the start of 2021
TBD
Raised in 2021
TBD
Spent in 2021