Debate (and some politics)

Here is a link to my appearance this morning on the Mara Dolan show. We talked APDA debate and political debate –

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Radio today (political debaters)

At 10:25 this morning, I’ll be talking about the debating skills of the candidates for Governor of Massachusetts on Mara Dolan’s show. You can listen here –

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Today’s radio podcast

Here is the podcast of my appearance today on Boston Herald Radio –

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Upcoming Radio

I will be on Boston Herald Radio’s Press Party today (Friday October 17th) from 2-3pm. You can listen here —

On Monday, I’ll be on the Mara Dolan show on 980WCAP at about 10:25am. You can listen here —

I hope you’ll take the time to listen and let me know what you think.

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Tomorrow’s Primary (my thoughts)

I thought I’d take a minute to share my plans for tomorrow’s state primary. I am going to vote as follows:

STEVE GROSSMAN for Governor. I think Steve is best qualified both by way of experience and by the time and thought he has put into preparation to govern the Commonwealth. I admire his dedication to public service and his passion for our collective possibility. If you have not read the Boston Globe editorial endorsing him, you need to do so before you vote for either of the other two candidates. It’s here —

STEVE KERRIGAN for Lieutenant Governor. It’s about his first name. Actually, it’s about his energy and commitment to the core principles that make our party better. Steve’s breadth of experience and belief in what the position can mean distinguish him in what has been a low-key battle.

MAURA HEALEY for Attorney General. This is a tough race, as there is much to commend about Warren Tolman’s career. At the same time, if it’s about who is best ready to lead the people’s law firm and who is most clear on what it takes to run that office, Maura seems obviously the best choice. Also — she’s the best political debater in recent memory. Warren bailed on the last few debates with good reason.

TOM CONROY for State Treasurer. I think he’s best qualified to assume the job in which Steve Grossman has excelled.

Finally — in my little corner of the Commonwealth, Dylan Hare gets my vote for State Senate. He’s best positioned to take on Richard Ross in the Fall.

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Some advice for Employers (a new G&S blog post)

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Talk Radio in Boston

Josh Davis:

We’re a little more than a week away from the primary and there is almost no meaningful radio conversations about the race. We need more and better talk radio here.

Originally posted on joshdavisthinks:

Over the past year, I have spent several hours a week talking on the radio in Boston.  Beginning in August, I hosted a two-hour program every Sunday night from 7-9pm on what used to be NewsTalk 96.9.  Guests — from the Globe’s Glen Johnson to former Channel 5 weatherman Dick Albert to the Dean of Admissions at Swarthmore College — joined me and helped in my weekly quest to make a little more sense of our world.  In addition, I had the good fortune to fill-in for Jim Braude on the Jim & Margery show (Margery Eagan is really smart), for Doug Meehan and for Hank Morse.  I also joined Michael Graham and others for election night coverage — trying to make sense of returns through our respective partisan lenses.  Everything I saw made me think that talk radio is a vital and important medium.  So, consider this not an…

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