I usually look for a positive hook, to tie these columns up with a neat bow.
“Together, we have and will continue to take on the big challenges we were told would be impossible—from passing paid parental leave to standing up to big corporations to protect rental housing.”
An exclusive conversation with the Climate Candidate for Mayor
A few weeks ago, contemplating the “historic” dimensions of the Boston mayoral race, I reached out to the front runners, Councilor Michelle Wu and Mayor Kim Janey then tied neck-and-neck going into Tuesday’s preliminary election. I wanted to avoid the “horse-race” framing and interrogate ...
“We feel that her policies represent us, but we’re ready to speak our mind if we feel that she needs to change.”
“In Boston, when we talk about bold, systemic changes, the barriers are never about resources. The barrier is always our political will.”
The plan aims to address structural inequities when it comes to Internet access.
Michelle Wu said that we must recognize “the totality of experiences of the arts communities,” as part of her fight for the position of mayor.
King Tide street flooding accentuates need for action.
The City Councilor described her campaign positions at the first of monthly press conferences.