In the upcoming City Council election, no issue may be too small – and a group called Quiet Healthy Cambridge has reported a list of candidates responsive to its interest in banning or diminishing use of leaf blowers.
The Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee and YWCA Cambridge will hold a City Council candidate panel Oct. 29 at the Citywide Senior Center.
The Cambridge Residents Alliance has formed its own Democracy for Cambridge Political Action Committee to raise funds to publicize endorsed candidates in elections, and endorsed seven candidates for City Council.
Cambridge Citizens Coalition plans to hold its first City Council candidate panel “on key issues facing the city” Oct. 6 at Lesley University’s Washburn Auditorium.
The Cambridge Ward 6 Democratic Committee will hold its biennial Progressive Democrats City Council Candidates Forums on Sept. 17, splitting the field of 22 candidates randomly into two separate panel.
A Better Cambridge will hold a City Council candidate panel focused on a city housing crisis, which it calls “the most important issue facing Cambridge this election,” on Sept. 11.
Our Revolution Cambridge will hold a City Council candidate panel from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Sept. 5 in Porter Square.