The Sept. 4, 2018 primary will likely determine the next Middlesex and Suffolk District Attorneys. District attorneys have a HUGE role in influencing who gets prosecuted for what, and the punishment. Unfortunately, the district attorney’s role is often under the radar.
The Middlesex and Suffolk County district attorneys will likely be determined on the Sept. 4, 2018 primary.
Some 400 people attended the Middlesex County District Attorney and District 3 Governor’s Council debate July 24. Watch Arlington cable TV’s excellent recording of the Middlesex debate here.
The Suffolk County debate for District Attorney can be seen on Facebook.
HELP spread the word about the opportunity we have on Sept. 4 to influence who gets prosecuted for what crimes in Middlesex and Suffolk counties.
You could invite friends to a group viewing in your home to watch the debate together and talk about it.
Ask if your local municipal television station is carrying the debate, and if not ask them to do so.
You could team up with a group to host a public viewing and discussion. Please share a link to this post to educate people.
Anything you do will be appreciated.
Both Middlesex County candidates are Democrats, so the primary election will be decisive. Five of the six candidates in Suffolk County are Democrats, and whoever wins the primary will go on to face an independent challenger in November. There are no Republicans are in this race.
The eight members of the Governor’s Council race is another “under the radar” way to influence the public process. They approve the Governor’s commutations and pardons, and nominations to judges, clerk-magistrates, public administrators, members of the parole board and more.
THANKS for caring and taking action of any size, including forwarding this post to friends and activists to encourage them to VOTE on Sept. 4.