Candidate Celebrates One-Year Anniversary of American Citizenship
BROCKTON – Brockton resident and community advocate Jean Bradley Derenoncourt has announced his plans to run for Brockton City Councilor-At-Large. The announcement on Saturday, February 11th coincides with Jean’s one-year anniversary of becoming an American citizen.
“Brockton is home, and has been for the past six years since I arrived from Haiti,” said Derenoncourt. “The vibrancy of this community, and the warm nature of the people have directly impacted my life. I want to give back to those who have graciously welcomed me. I am running for City Councilor-At-Large because I believe in this City and what we can accomplish together.”
Derenoncourt, 26, was born and raised in Haiti, immigrated to the United States in 2010 and went on to receive an associate degree from Massasoit Community College. He recently obtained a bachelor's degree and is currently pursuing a master's degree at Suffolk University while also working at the Massachusetts State House as an aide in the Senate.
Please join local resident Jean Derenoncourt as he announces his candidacy for Brockton City Councilor-At-Large for the upcoming primary election this September and the general election in November. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments and music entertainment will be provided. Also, keep apprised of Jean Bradley’s campaign by following him on social media through the links below.
Saturday, February 11, 2017
6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
South Shore Haitian Adult Day Health
583 Centre Street, Brockton, MA 02302