Considering running for public office? Or maybe helping someone run for office? Interested in how local campaigns work? “Don’t Just Stand There…RUN!’ — happening Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at Newton City Hall, Room 211 — is for you.
The League of Women Voters of Newton invites candidates, potential candidates, campaign managers, campaign treasurers, and all interested citizens to a workshop that offers practical information and advice about political campaigns by a group of
Ward 8 City Councilor Cheryl Lappin sent this to colleagues (under the message line “Gronk & I’…have come to the same decision”) today..
I am reaching out to share with you that after 18 years of serving as a Newton City Councilor I have decided not to run for a 10th term.
This was a difficult decision because serving on the City Council has been among the most meaningful and rewarding experiences of my life. It has been a privilege to work on behalf of our neighbors in Ward 8, and all residents, to assure that Newton continues to be
Ward Five City Council candidate Bill Humphrey posted these tweets this evening in response to earlier criticism of the Mashpee Police.
Let's wait now for the investigation into the pursuit and hope it will lead to reforms. 2/2— Bill Humphrey 🌳 (@BillHumphreyMA) August 3, 2018
Just after Ward 5 City Councilor John Rice announced that he will not seek reelection in 2019, local activist Bill Humphrey has tossed his hat into the ring.
The incoming Newton City Council is scheduled to elect its new president and vice president this Thursday (Dec. 14) at City Hall. As noted earlier, Susan Albright, Cheryl Lappin and Marc Laredo have expressed interest in being president. According to Amy Sangiolo’s fabulous newsletter Vicki Danberg and Rick Lipof are running