Boston voters will have a chance to give a seat on the City Council to a clown on Nov. 7.

Pat Payaso, whose last name is Spanish for "clown," is seeking one of the city's four at-large council seats against four incumbents and three other challengers.

In a video posted over the weekend, Payaso promised to kiss the most babies, and make housing more affordable.

The clown also promised to "not see, hear, or speak to the globalists," while standing in front of the Boston Globe.

Based off of Payaso's Twitter account, the clown appears supportive of LGBTQ-friendly policies, with tweets in honor of the death of gay rights activist Edith Windsor.

But some Boston city councilors don't find Payaso's candidacy a laughing matter.

"I am a little offended, personally, that Pat [Payaso] is in the race sort of making a mockery of the process because this process is so important. This is how city councilors get elected. This is how they get hired for a particular job," Boston City Councilor Annissa Essaibi George told Boston Herald Radio on Monday.

Payaso reportedly has $45 in a campaign account and will face off against George and seven other challengers Nov. 7.