The 2018 Democratic Campaign Institute is just over a week away, and it’s not too late to grab your tickets now! Tickets are $75 and can be purchased through this link.
We are preparing a series of engaging sessions with speakers who are experts in their respective political field. No matter what track you decide to participate in, or what your level of experience is, there is sure to be something for you. The sessions available in each track are below…
Continue reading “Announcing the Democratic Campaign Institute Agenda”
The Ward 19 Democratic Committee invites you to join us for a discussion on criminal justice reform with State Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz and StateRep. Liz Malia!
The MA House and Senate have each passed criminal justice reform legislation with differing elements and are currently reconciling differences to produce a final Justice Reinvestment Act.
This is an opportunity to talk to your legislators and get a better understanding of the legislative process. We hope to see you there!
January 8, 2018, 7:30PM – 8:30PM
Farnsworth House, 90 South St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
MassDOT has scheduled a Casey Arborway Project Construction Update Public Meeting as follows:
Wednesday, December 6, 6:30-8:30PM, Boston English High School Auditorium, 144 McBride Street, Jamaica Plain
The meeting will focus on the integration of a new, permanent canopy to provide shelter to waiting riders in the Upper Busway at Forest Hills Station into the current construction contract and how this work will be completed.
A year-end report on the progress made at the Casey Arborway Project during 2017 and since the second series of construction meetings in the summer of 2016 will be provided.
All residents, abutters, local business owners, and interested commuters are invited to attend.
Check the project website for updates on upcoming work. If you have questions, please call or e-mail:
Project Hotline: 617-571-7878
Ward 19, in collaboration with Wards 8, 9, 10, and 11, hosted a Candidates Forum on October 4th at English High School. Both Mayoral Candidates and all eight At-large City Council candidates participated in Q&A. Thanks to Boston Neighborhood Network (BNN) news anchor Chris Lovett for moderating the Forum, and to BNN Studio Manager for BNN Live David Palomares for providing these links to video of the Forum:
The Boston Ward 19 Democratic Committee has steadfastly endorsed the We the People Act. The committee has received the following request:
I want to thank your Democratic committee for endorsing the We the People Act. We have listed your committee on our webpage as an endorsing organization. I am writing to request that you share with your members this emailed announcement of the public hearing on the We the People Act, H.1926. This act is a call for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to clarify that Constitutional rights are exclusively for people, not corporations, and that money is not speech and consequently our government can place appropriate restrictions on financial contributions in political campaigns.
The Joint Committee on Veterans and Federal Affairs will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, Nov 8, 2017, at 2:00 pm in State House Hearing Rooms B1 & B2 for house bill, H.1926, the We the People Act.
We encourage your individual members to attend and speak in support of the House bill H.1926.
For those who want to show their individual support, but can not attend the hearing, they can email their support of H.1926 to the committee chairs.
Co-Chairs of the Joint Committee on Veterans and Federal Affairs
Senator Michael Rush, firstname.lastname@example.org
Representative John Lawn, email@example.com
I hope you will share this email with your committee members.
After the candidates’ forum on Wednesday, October 4, the committee met and voted the following endorsements. The general election is on Tuesday, November 7.
For Mayor: Martin Walsh
- Domingos DaRosa
- Annissa Essaibi-George
- Ayanna Pressley
- Michelle Wu
For District City Councillor:
- Ward 5: Timothy McCarthy
- Ward 6: Matt O’Malley