Harry Kortikere is a resident of Lowell. Whether it is the Lowell National Historic Park, Boot Cotton Mills Museum, Merrimack Repertory Theater, canals, parks and universities there is a lot to love about this city. We need to preserve this city and make smart choices for the future. 

Harry has over two decades of experience in engineering and management, is an entrepreneur and serves as an adjunct faculty at Cambridge College. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in Engineering and Management. Harry has been involved with community organizing groups and non profits in Lowell such as Merrimack Valley Projects and holds membership in preservation societies and supports investment in arts and culture.

His policy platform centers around economic development in Lowell, increasing commercial revenue for the city, adequate funding for Lowell Public Schools, addressing infrastructure issues in the Schools, addressing environmental issues including green energy sources and clean river initiatives, improving infrastructure and public safety in Lowell neighborhoods, and investing in arts and culture. This is a bold vision for the City of Lowell and with your support, together we can shape the direction of this city!

With State Sen. Ed Kennedy & Registrar of Deeds Dick Howe
Celebrating Earth Day
Lowell Education Justice Alliance forum in support of “Promise” and “Cherish” act to address funding model for schools
International Women’s Day at Boarding House & Mill No 5
Addressing Merrimack Valley Union Members
Meeting with Artists at Western Avenue Studios, Lowell