Framingham Democratic Committee Hosts Debate August 26
The Framingham Democratic Committee will host a debate featuring the four candidates running in the Democratic primary for the vacant 6th Middlesex House seat.
Sunday August 26, 2018
6:30pm – 8:30pm
Heritage Senior Assisted Living
747 Water Street
PARKING: Members and guests attending this gathering are reminded to use the parking lot at Hemmenway School adjacent to the Heritage entry. PLEASE DO NOT PARK on the Heritage property out of respect for the residents and staff of Heritage.
Co-hosted by Metrowest Daily News.
Annual Summer Event taking place at Eastleigh Farms in Framingham
Join the Framingham Democratic Committee for one its most popular events, the annual summer barbeque.
This year’s cookout will be held on Sunday July 29th at Eastleigh Farms located at 1062 Edmands Road in Framingham.
The event will run 4pm to 7pm, with candidates and public officials in attedance and lots of great summer food cooked right off the grill!
There is a suggested donation of $5.
RSVP: Rozzy Hooper-Hamersley at email@example.com
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This was a forum that took place on June 24, 2018 during the business meeting of the Framingham Democratic Committee for the write-in candidates running in the 6th Middlesex House race.
Search for “candidates” to find the forum in the schedule (1 hour program)
Sunday, 7/15/18 at 11:30 AM
Tuesday, 7/17/18 at 2:00 PM
Wednesday, 7/18/18 at 8:00 PM
Friday 7/20/18 at 3:00 PM
Or watch online
Search for “candidates”
(Thanks to DSC member Norma Shulman for providing this information.)
ORDER SET FOR NOVEMBER’S BALLOT QUESTIONS
Question 1. Proposals to mandate nurse staffing levels, repeal transgender access protections and investigate potentially changing the U.S. Constitution will be decided by Massachusetts voters on Nov. 6. Secretary of State William Galvin on Monday announced the numbers assigned to three questions. Proposed mandatory nurse staffing levels will be
Question 1 on the ballot. That debate will pit much of the health care industry against the Massachusetts Nurses Association.
Question 2 will ask voters if they want to establish a commission to look into the impact of political spending in Massachusetts and recommendations on potential amendments to the U.S. Constitution around that subject.
Question 3 will give voters the option to repeal the transgender public accommodations law that Gov. Charlie Baker signed in 2016.