August 8, 2012 |
Brian Clinton wants to be on the MA Governor’s Council, a.k.a. the Executive Committee. He’ll explain why he’s trying so hard for one of eight of these spots that pay only $26,025 annually. He’ll speak about why he should be one of those who approve judges, and rule on pardons and commutation. This elected office predates statehood, starting in 1629. Listen and learn. We’re likely to get to the arguments for and against keeping the Council.
This pivotal role requires considerable campaigning…and explaining. Despite its centuries of functioning and history, a big part of the GC candidates is reminding or informing voters what’s up and why. One of the magic things behind the curtain is nominating judges. Here, it’s long been codified and this small group are the key players.
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