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Endorsements for Boston City Council, 2017

Endorsements for Boston City Council, 2017

Following my Mayor of Boston post is the separate yet equally powerful list of endorsements for Boston City Council. Endorsements for open seats: Jack Kelly III, District 1 The first time I had the opportunist to meet Jack Kelly was during his run for At-Large City Council back in 2013. After hearing speak about his … Continue reading

Endorsement for Mayor Marty Walsh, 2017

Endorsement for Mayor Marty Walsh, 2017

Having supported him in the past, it is with great pleasure to support Mayor Marty Walsh for re-election this time around as well. Before I get to the good, I’d prefer to talk about the bad. When it came to the Boston 2024 Partnership, which would bring the 2024 Summer Olympics to Boston. I maintain my … Continue reading

Reflection On: Meeting Joe Kennedy III

Reflection On: Meeting Joe Kennedy III

On June 10th, 2016, I finally had the pleasure of meeting Congressman Joe Kennedy III at a Pride Party taking place in Boston’s South End neighborhood at Ink Block Boston. Bobby Kennedy commends @mayortommenino and #coolglobes for understanding how #nature is public good we must protect. pic.twitter.com/HYIqZjeglB — Greenovate Boston (@GreenovateBos) August 15, 2013 The … Continue reading

5 Things I Don’t Like About Bernie

5 Things I Don’t Like About Bernie

This election cycle has been the most unique so far in my lifetime, with notably Donald Trump being the Republican Party nominee, and Hillary Clinton (my candidate) succeeding in becoming the first female Presidential nominee of a major political party. As shown in the clip above, Donald Trump previously called Bernie Sanders some quite nasty … Continue reading

Reflections On: Equal Pay Day, 2014

Reflections On: Equal Pay Day, 2014

On April 8th, 2014, I had the pleasure to attend Equal Pay Day at the State House. The Massachusetts Legislature has, of course, the Massachusetts Caucus of Women Legislators whose mission is to enhance the economic status and equality of women and to encourage and support women in all levels of government. At the microphone above, speaking … Continue reading

On Six Massachusetts Elected Officials

On Six Massachusetts Elected Officials

Before becoming Senate Majority Leader in 2015, she has served on the Worcester School Committee from 1992 until 1994, the Massachusetts 13th Worcester House District from 1995 until 2000, and was elected to the First Worcester Senate District in 2001. Before becoming a State Senator in 2015, he went worked for Congressman Richard Neal and … Continue reading