What the media has been saying about the Governor’s Council:
Those familiar with the Governor’s Council know it’s been riddled with personality conflicts, punitive and sometimes inappropriate questioning of nominees, and has fallen short of being a consistent source of pride for voters.
“…The meetings have gotten contentious, sometimes just crazy.”
The Boston Globe 11/24/2013
“…another example of politics pushing decency aside”
Boston Herald 12/3/2013
We Can Do Better.
“By working together, treating each nominee with dignity, respect, and a genuine appreciation for their desire to be in public service, we will help restore civility and make the Governor’s Council work for all of us.
I’m asking for your vote. Please Vote Shapiro in 2014.”
— Charlie Shapiro, Former Newton Alderman &
Candidate for Governor’s Council
In the 2012 an unprecedented 60% voted for change in the Governor’s Council District 3 Seat. However, the 60% was split between 2 challengers allowing the incumbent to remain in office.
This year, there is one strong challenger – Shapiro – who will help restore thoughtfulness and dignity to the office of Governor’s Councilor in the 3rd District.
On Tuesday September 9th, please vote Shapiro for “Councillor”.