| Wed, Apr 2, 2014
11:08 AM EST
Another vote for Don Berwick. Interestingly, in his statement on today's Supreme Court decision (email, no link), Berwick said that "[w]e need to move – quickly – toward repealing Citizens United and implementing publicly financed elections." Has the subject of public financing come up before in the Gov race? I don't recall previously seeing statements that are that definitive. - promoted by david
For anyone out there who is still undecided for this fall’s gubernatorial race, I would highly recommend this excellent piece written by Clifford Marks in The Harvard Crimson. Here’s an excerpt:
All this is well and good—and Berwick is no doubt the most committed progressive running for the Democratic nomination: He is the only one, for instance, to endorse a Medicare-for-all health care system in Massachusetts. Were it just his philosophy, though, I wouldn’t be writing this. But Berwick also possesses a gift far rarer: the ability to lead and change large organizations.