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For Cantabrigians not registered to vote in the next state election, the deadline is 8 p.m. Wednesday. The election will be held Nov. 4.
This year’s Honk! street music festival include 29 bands from as far as Moscow, Paris, New Orleans and Los Alamos, and organizers are adding a “Day of Action” Friday in Boston.
State Rep. Jonathan Hecht, whose district includes portions of North and West Cambridge, has open office hours Thursday and Oct. 16.
As a candidate for attorney general, Tolman wants to providing economic opportunities to working families and leads on issues such as smart-gun technology.
Hearing a suggestion to re-energize the Disability Rights Project of the Civil Rights Division, Tolman took it to heart.
Finegold has represented a range of cities and towns and been able to address successfully and responsively each area’s needs.
Tolman is willing to use the existing power given to the attorney general to implement a change immediately; his opponent questions the authority.
Tolman is a progressive leader who fights passionately on issues important to Cambridge and has repeatedly taken on tobacco companies and other special interests.
Although this is her first bid for public office, she has long been an advocate for women, children and families and been both a prosecutor and civil rights attorney.
Decker is an unabashed progressive who works tirelessly for Cambridge families, children and seniors. She deserves another term representing the 25th Middlesex District.