In an interview with the TAB’s Laura Lovett, Mayor Setti Warren emphasized his focus would remain on Newton as he begins his quest for governor.
Newton Mayor Setti Warren told Boston Herald radio yesterday that he would follow Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s lead and open Newton City Hall as a safe haven for illegal immigrants if President Trump steps up deportations.
“If in fact there are draconian measures taken by the federal government and people feel unsafe and they need places to go, of
Setti Warren outlined his case against Charlie Baker on WGBH’s Greater Boston recently. Do you think our mayor’s arguments stand a chance against one of the nation’s most popular governors? Go to Read More to watch
On Friday Gov. Charlie Baker vetoed a pay raise package for legislative leaders, judges and others but considering that the Senate approved the raises 31-9, and the House supported it 116-44, the votes clearly exist to override the governor’s veto.
In particular do you support our local delegation — Reps. Ruth Balser, Kay Khan and John Lawn, or state senator Cindy Creem — voting to override the veto?
Or do you think Setti Warren was right when he
Mayor Warren apparently picked up a couple of endorsements today, before officially announcing his candidacy.
This came across in the MASSter List this morning:
Newton Mayor Setti Warren has landed major endorsements from three former state Democratic Party leaders, suddenly making his yet-to-be-announced gubernatorial candidacy a very legitimate, and non-laughable, matter. According to Kevin Franck, Warren’s recently hired communications advisor,
An article in today’s Globe observes that many “Massachusetts Democrats who are widely considered the party’s rising stars” have been openly critical of Donald Trump.
And then writer Jim O’Sullivan adds this observation…