City Councillor Jan Devereux will hold her free reelection campaign kickoff event from 3 to 5 p.m. May 7 in Harvard Square, six months until the Nov. 7 municipal elections for City Council and School Committee.
Without noncitizen voting, a significant proportion of the population in Maryland’s Takoma Park would be disenfranchised. This observation is especially meaningful in cities such as Cambridge, where more than 28 percent of residents are foreign-born.
Vatsady Sivongxay, a former refugee and now an attorney, community advocate and mother, has announced a run for City Council.
With election season coming, the nonprofit Cambridge Residents Alliance has taken a step toward ending a recurring controversy over its donations. The city councillor on the other side of the debate isn’t impressed.
Nadya Okamoto, a 19-year-old nonprofit director and global advocate for youth empowerment and gender equality, has officially launched a campaign for City Council.
Business leader and environmental advocate Quinton Zondervan has declared his candidacy for City Council in this November’s election.
The School Committee had the opportunity to request data on the impact of race on student participation in extracurricular activities. It chose to assign the project to the high school student government.
A run for City Council was announced today by Paul Toner. An attorney and former Cambridge Public Schools teacher and lawyer, Toner went on to become president of the 110,000-member Massachusetts Teachers Association.
Sean Tierney, research director and legal counsel for the Joint Committee on Housing for the Massachusetts State Legislature, announced his candidacy Thursday for City Council.
Will MacArthur, a Harvard student, recent graduate of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School and candidate for School Committee, announced his senior staff today.