City Council candidate Minka vanBeuzekom announced today that her campaign will be managed by Nora Gay, a longtime Cambridge resident with a successful record of organizing grassroots campaigns.
From the Election Commission, June 18: Nomination papers for City Council and School Committee will be available beginning July 1 at the Election Commission office, 51 Inman St., […]
Vice mayor Dennis A. Benzan invited people to “come enjoy a wonderful evening of good food and great company” as he started work for reelection for goals including Steam education and housing solutions for low- and middle-income families.
Minka vanBeuzekom announced the kickoff for her campaign to return to the City Council after a term’s absence would be from 4 to 7 p.m. June 28.
The Committee to Elect Marc McGovern is proud to announce the hiring of Taushawn Tinsley as campaign manager for McGovern’s reelection campaign to City Council.
City councillor Leland Cheung announced the kickoff for his campaign for a fourth term would be at 10 a.m. June 6.
Attorney Peter Georgiou has announced his candidacy for Governor’s Council for the Third District of Massachusetts. The election is next year.
Do you expect voters to take you seriously if you’re not attending City Council meetings? I sure won’t.
With Cambridge’s two-year terms, all six School Committee positions – along with the mayor, who leads the committee – will be up for reelection this November, but the plan has the new superintendent chosen by October.
One city councillor wants the city’s 40-plus boards and commissions to clarify yearly goals and initiatives … but exempts the council itself. That seems not very self-aware.