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Candidates for Office Engagement Group


Candidates for Office Engagement Group

Use this group to interact with candidates running for public office.

Location: Boston, Ma
Members: 2
Latest Activity: Aug 24, 2010

[DRAFT] Purpose, Objectives, and Outcomes

The purpose of the Candidates for Office Engagement Group is to facilitate dialogue be Candidates running for Office and their prospective constituents, here on Neighbors for Neighbors Jamaica Plain.

- To make it possible for candidates to introduce themselves and their platforms.
- To facilitate two-way constructive and respectfully dialogue between candidates and constituents and between the candidates themselves.
- To document and archive candidates positions.

To encourage constituents to vote by involving them in the democratic process and to empower them to make informed choices when they vote,

This group will be facilitated by the members of Neighbors for Neighbors for Neighbors Jamaica Plain.

The group is governed by our User Guidelines.

To be determined by group members.

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Started by Sean Ryan Aug 23, 2010. 0 Replies

Hi folks,My name is Sean and I'm running in the special election to succeed John Tobin as Boston City Councilor for JP and West Roxbury.  I was born and raised in JP, on Lamartine Street.  I went to…Continue

Tags: Sean Ryan, West Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, Boston City Council

What you add or detract from the draft Purpose, Objectives, and Outcome of this group?

Started by Joseph Porcelli (Chief Neighbor) Aug 22, 2010. 0 Replies

Neighbors,Welcome to the new Candidates for Office Engagement Group. I came with this idea this morning and think I am on to something but really need you input to make this work. To get us started…Continue

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