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Michelle Wu

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Minority Women Are a Few Rungs Up On Boston’s Political Ladder

Akilah Johnson attended a recent Women’s Pipeline For Change event and wrote up a good article about it, and the Boston Globe slapped it on […]

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City Council Candidate Chat: Michelle Wu

David S. Bernstein: You started running for an at-large seat late last year, before it was known that there would be openings. Why? Michelle Wu: […]

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A Dollar-by-Dollar Breakdown of the City Council Candidates

I wrote the other day about the difficulties faced by city council candidates this year. Now I’ll add some numbers to that analysis. Below are […]

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Insiders Pick The At-Large Elite Eight

Yesterday I gave you the results of my insiders’ poll on the Boston mayoral race. Today, their predictions—and my musings—on the city’s at-large race. It’s […]

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Ask Me Anything Day

It’s a sunny and beautiful Ask Me Anything Day! There’s plenty of politics going on, so surely you have some burning questions on your mind. […]

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Massachusetts School Districts With the Highest-Paid Teachers

Massachusetts School Districts With the Highest-Paid Teachers. The Boston Business Journal rounds up the average 2012 teacher salary of 327 school districts in Massachusetts. Topping […]