Democrats Seek To Distinguish Themselves In WBUR Debate 1


WBUR conducted a debate among the three remaining Democratic candidates for Governor of Massachusetts. The article on the web site is Democrats Seek To Distinguish Themselves In WBUR Debate.

 Four days after the state Democratic party trimmed the group of candidates for Massachusetts governor down to three, the remaining Democrats — who’ve often echoed one another on policy — are beginning to sound unique.


This is a very well conducted debate, with good questions, a pretty even handed moderator, and candidates willing to discuss important issues in an intelligent way.

The only glitch of note is that the video cuts off in the middle of Don Berwick’s closing remarks.

If we could have more debates like this one, then I think voters would get as fair a chance as possible to choose the candidate that they think can do the job best.


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  • BillM

    I think the Party is lucky to have three intelligent, progressive candidates from which to choose their gubernatorial standard bearer.