It's time for an honest conversation about our future.
Let's start it here and now. In this campaign for Congress, I will be listening to you and sharing my best thinking about the real challenges we face.
I am running to succeed Ed Markey as the Congressman from the 5th Congressional District.
On April 30, Ed Markey won his primary over Steve Lynch and became the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate. On June 25, in the general election, he will face the Republican nominee, Gabriel Gomez. Job One is to elect Ed as the next U.S. Senator.
Assuming Ed wins (which we are working hard to assure), then his congressional seat will become vacant and an election to fill his seat will be scheduled. The election rules require that a general election be scheduled 145 to 160 days from when the vacancy occurs. This will likely work out to mean a primary in early October and a general in late November.
In my campaign for Congress, we are not sticking to the poll-tested talking points. We are talking about the hard issues. View the ongoing issues conversation in our forum.
And if you would like to ask a question I haven’t answered or to make a comment, just log in and go ahead. Please don’t hesitate to ask hard questions. I’ll do my best to keep up!
If you don’t feel comfortable posting publicly, please feel free to email me at email@example.com or to call my cell phone, 617-771-8274.
I’m proud of my record of high quality service to the public over the past 20 years — as a prosecutor, as a defender of the indigent, as a leader in my community, and as a state legislator. Read more about Will’s Record»
I’ll continue to tackle the toughest issues as your loyal representative in Congress. Read more about Will’s views on the issues»
- How to fix a broken Congress?
- Gun Control — Starting Thoughts
- Women’s Rights
- Hanscom Field
- Health care — starting thoughts
- Drug policy and poverty
- Questions on foreign policy issues?
- Tort Reform
- Software Patents
- Public Performance Rights
- The economy — starting thoughts
- Money in politics — starting thoughts?