Former Vice President Joe Biden has dominated the mainstream media’s coverage in the last month, even before the whistleblower’s complaint was reported in The Washington Post, prior to the Wall Street Journal suggesting that President Donald Trump urged the Ukranian President to work with personal Attorney Rudy Giuliani, and before the White House released the rough transcript of the phone call that proved the call regarded Biden and his son.
Most of the remaining at-large City Council contenders agree: MBTA fares are too high and should be reduced or scrapped altogether. On Wednesday night, at the at-large candidate forum on energy and the environment held at the central branch of the Boston Public Library, Michelle Wu repeated her claim that residents can’t afford another round of fare increases. Wu was the top vote-getter in last week’s preliminary election.
At-large council candidates Annissa Essaibi-George, Alejandra St. Guillen, Erin Murphy, David Halbert, Julia Mejia and Michelle Wu. Alexa Gagosz Following a week of victory parties and media coverage, seven of the eight finalists for at-large City Council seats congregated for a candidate forum in Dorchester on Tuesday night after clinching their spots in a race that could bring Boston’s most historically diverse legislative body.
Within the first 30 minutes of the #DemDebate tonight, it seems as though @ewarren is the new line of attack for fellow candidates.
Warren has surged in the polls and may receive the same treatment that @JoeBiden did in the first few debates when he was polling as No. 1.