There is absolutely no excuse for this potentially abysmal show of civic disinterest.
In the race for mayor of Boston, the candidates are making plenty of promises about improving programs and services.
With a little more than a week left in their campaigns to become the next mayor, John Connolly and Marty Walsh were busy reaching out to voters on Sunday.
The final days on the campaign trail in the Boston mayoral race were some of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with candidate John Connolly.
October 26, 2013 Election Day is coming faster than we think and the candidates are doing everything they can, to reach out to Boston residents, asking for their vote on November 5, 2013. In the […]
Jon has a renewed appreciation for what a thankless task it is to be a political leader.
City Councilor John Connolly and State Representative Marty Walsh have now met in two televised debates, with Connolly aggressively touting his education-reform credentials and criticizing Walsh too closely aligned with labor unions.
The Red Sox in the World Series brings us all together. It’s something we can all agree on and celebrate even if we are divided by politics or culture.
It was hard to tell from Thursday’s mayoral breakfast because both candidates have a habit of changing the subject from the tax and red-tape issues that preoccupy the private sector onto more populist turf.
There’s a word for the way these two guys are thinking and campaigning.