Ward Five City Council candidate Bill Humphrey posted these tweets this evening in response to earlier criticism of the Mashpee Police.
Bill Humphrey wants to succeed Ward 5 Councilor John Rice but he’s not just focused this summer on Waban, the Highlands and Upper Falls.
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.
Thanks also to NewTV for sharing this video from the Governor’s Council debate between the three Democratic party candidates. The primary will be held on Thursday Sept. 8 between incumbent Marilyn Petitto Devaney and challengers Peter Georgiou and William Bishop Humphrey.
Decision 2016: Governor’s Council District 3 from NewTV on Vimeo.
While this is not likely on most folks’ radar, the state primaries are one month away, Thursday Sept. 8.
One of the only contested contests is yet another attempt to unseat incumbent Marilyn Petitto Devaney from the governor’s council.
This year, Devaney has two opponents. — Peter Georgiou from Lincoln and Bill Humphrey from Newton. Vote in our poll and — more importantly — explain your choice to large number of undecided voters reading this.