Ward 4 Co-hosts the Boston City Council At-Large Candidate Forum

The Ward 4 Dems collaborated with the Ward 5 and 10 Democratic Committees for a lively, issues-focused conversation on Thursday evening, July 13th via Zoom. We heard from the six candidates who are running positive, community-centered campaigns and offering substantive agendas and priorities that address the pressing issues of our city—from climate change and public health, to transportation, education and beyond They include Clifton Braithwaite, Ruthzee Louijeune, Julia Mejia, Erin Murphy, Bridget Nee-Walsh, and Henry Santana. All have demonstrated their commitments to engage in civil discourse.    

The Forum was moderated by opinion writer at The Boston Globe, Abdallah Fayyad.  Abdallah is a member of the Globe’s Editorial Board. He previously worked for The Atlantic and covered the George Floyd protests in Washington, D.C., for DCist and WAMU. In 2022, he was named a Pulitzer-Prize finalist for a series he wrote on reforming the American presidency. He has a degree in economics from American University.

Our gratitude to Abdallah, the candidates, and all who attended the terrific event!

View the Forum via YouTube or Facebook.

Read coverage of the Forum in The Boston Sun.

  

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