19 January 2006

MA Lt. Gov.

It seems very rare to have four candidates for a single race, all of them qualified, enthusiastic, and with a decent chance to win. It's early yet, at least for me, to pick who I would vote for or who will win. In case you're unfamiliar with the four candidates for the position, the Globe is here to help, giving you a run-down of the candidates, their histories and some fancy-talk about why they'd be good for the job. There's no policy initiatives in there, or even brass tacks about how they'd implement their fancy talk, but it's a good start for a race that is usually drowned out by the race to be the Lt. Gov.'s boss.

The four candidates:

Deborah Golberg Brookline Selectman

Sam Kelley Cohasset psychiatrist

Tim Murray Worcester mayor

Andrea Silbert Non-profit founder

I'm certain there are some places to go and find more information, Blue Mass Group and point08 being two off the top of my head. This won't be the last post on the Lt. Gov. race, maybe not even today.

UPDATE: I wasn't kidding. Only a couple hours later, and Blue Mass Group makes available, from one post, all their interviews and reviews of Kelley and Silber.


Blogger lecollye said...

Is the "Silber" spelling in your update a Freudian slip?

19 January, 2006 23:52  
Blogger W A Hurd said...

Not exactly; just too-quick typing, would be my guess.

20 January, 2006 09:40  

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