Worcester City Council-At-Large
Khrystian King is a social worker with over 20 years of leadership experience in the Worcester community. From his work with SEIU Local 509 to his 18-year investment in running the Crompton Park Summer Basketball League, Khrystian really knows what his people need from those who represent them and has dedicated himself to deep community engagement for decades.
Khrystian is bold and thoughtful when it comes to finding solutions for issues facing the Department of Children and Families, often advocating for youth who are denied various educational and social opportunities. In a climate of racial divisiveness in Worcester, Khrystian is running to bring voice to the voiceless and turn this city council seat into a platform for progressive values.
Khrystian first ran for office in 2013 when he sought the legislative seat formerly held by Representative John P. Fresolo in Worcester. This election season, Khrystian has the support of four out of five state representatives in Worcester- John J. Mahoney, Daniel M. Donahue, Mary S. Keefe, and James O’Day.