Marty Walsh built a potent political machine in the 2013 Boston mayor’s race. Now, that organization is mobilizing to achieve a new goal: making the city’s 2024 summer Olympic bid a success.

Political operatives who helped Walsh win election will gather to plan a pro-Olympic push at a meeting on Tuesday night in Dorchester. According to an invitation emailed to Walsh’s political inner circle, and obtained by WGBH, the goal is to champion Boston’s Olympic bid "[T]he Walsh way...conversation by conversation, door to door and business to business.” 

The nascent push comes as public support for Boston’s Olympic bid continues to decline. Support in the Boston area has dropped from 51 percent in January to 36 percent right now, according the polling firm Mass Inc.

Among the invitees to Tuesday’s meeting: Daniel Manning, Mayor Walsh's chief of staff for civic engagement. The invitation was emailed by consultant Chris Keohan, who advised Walsh in his 2013 race and is now working for Boston 2024.

The mayor himself will reportedly not attend.

Read the email below: