From: Nigel Simon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: August 29, 2018 at 11:48:56 AM EDT
Subject: RE: Jamaica Plain – 2018 Unity Weekend September 8th & 9th
After the voting this September 4th in Democratic primary races, across the Commonwealth, we will be supporting the coordinated campaign by canvassing for the unified Democratic ticket and encouraging Jamaica Plain voters to join us and vote the ticket on November 6th!
As chairs of the Neighborhood of Jamaica Plain Dems, you are cordially invited to join in and are welcomed to help kick off the JP Unity Canvass!
Can you please share the following information with:
- All your committee members
- Affiliated local individual activists and activists groups
- Getting the word out networks including listserv email groups
- Community bulletin boards (flyers)
- Social media platforms that highlight community events
- Ask if they can do the share with similar groups also?
Canvass Date: 9/9/2018
Canvass Time: 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Canvass Launch Location: JP Pond – 507 Jamaicaway
Regional Field Contact
After the candidates’ forum on Wednesday, August 1, 2018 the committee met and voted the following additional endorsements. The primary election is on Tuesday, September 4.
Representative, Eleventh Suffolk District: Liz Malia
Statewide candidates (unopposed in primary):
- State Auditor: Suzanne Bump
- State Treasurer: Deb Goldberg
- Attorney General: Maura Healy
- U.S. Senator: Elizabeth Warren
After the candidates’ forum on Wednesday, July 18, 2018 the committee met and voted the following endorsements. The primary election is on Tuesday, September 4.
For Register of Deeds: Katie Forde
For District Attorney: Rachael Rollins
The next forum will be in two weeks:
Dear Friends and Neighbors-
I am asking for your vote as a District C delegate on our JP Neighborhood Council on Saturday April 28th. Election info below.
I seek re-election election to the Jamaica Plain Neigbhorhood Council to help bring about a more balanced and inclusive approach on issues affecting the future of this community.
An approach that recongnizes the rich diversity and social make-up of the Jamaica Plain community and works to provide and encourage an open forum for the expession of issues and views from all sections of our neighborhood.
I am a life long activist and resident of JP. I was a member of the JPNC from 1985 through 1997, during this time period, I served as the Chair of the Zoning Committee. I have also served as chair of the Asticou-Martinwood-South Street Neigbhorhood Association for 25 years. I was born and raised in Jamica Plain, married with 2 children, 4 grandchildren, a graduate of the University of Massachusetts in Boston and work as a procurement contracts negotiator.
Thank-you very much! Any questions please give me a call at either of the numbers below:
Your neighbor- Bernie Doherty
Vote this Saturday, April 28 between 10am and 5pm. Voting tables are at Harvest Co-op Forest Hills and JP Licks and Stop and Shop.
Any resident 16 or older is eligible to vote. You can vote for up to five candidates in your district and five At-Large candidates .