Just got this in email from doorknocking master and former candidate for Boston City Council Doug Bennett. This might be fun for those of you who don’t like making phone calls, canvassing, or other more personal campaign work. Rally for Scott Brown! WHERE: 360 Huntington Ave. in Boston (near Northeastern University) off Green Line E Train TIME: 12:30-3:30P Call Doug…Read More »
(Doug Bennett made the cut at 7th place. The other candidates we had in the race Sean Ryan and Robert Fortes did not make the cut. – promoted by Garrett)
Congratulations to Doug Bennett for Boston Councilor-at-Large for making the cut in yesterday’s primary!
Photo by Ted Fitzgerald in at BostonHerald.com. I believe that I sat next to both…
Watch the next Boston City Councilor At-Large Doug Bennett protest Mayor Menino's effort to raise Boston's meal and hotel tax at the July 29th, 2009 Boston City Council Meeting. As Bennett protested, Council President Michael Ross had to call a brief recess and demanded that Bennett be removed from the Iannella Chamber.
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Click on the following link to watch Boston City Councilor At-Large Candidate Doug Bennett's fiery Anti-Tax Speech. In his speech, Bennett, a fiscal conservative, goes after Governor Patrick and our Tax and Spend elected officials and those who he terms as “Republicrats.” (These are those elected officials who are “Faux” Republicans and Democrats who can't spend less and vote the…Read More »
Councilor At-Large Candidate Doug Bennett
on creating jobs in Boston Boston has the potential of being the Silicone Valley of the Northeastern United States. Unemployment is at 10% and Bostonians are losing their jobs. For Boston’s economy to rebound amidst the current global economic crisis, our own local economy must evolve. While many believe that to do this we must…
Seizing on today’s news that Mayor Thomas Menino has used city workers to fix up property he owns, City Council candidate Doug Bennett has filed a complaint with the state ethics commission. “Elected officials should not be hiring those who work for the public. Not only is this a conflict of interest, but this creates an unfair relationship between the…Read More »
City Council candidate Doug Bennett does what few incumbents ever dare to do: take on the Mayor. Menino’s use of city-employees for off-hour repairs violates the spirit of the state’s ethics laws. Menino should know enough to keep an arm’s distance from moonlighting city employees. But then again his son is a very good example of a moonlighter. To: The…Read More »