Page 11 features the New England Pension Assistance Project's flyer, which offers help to people with questions on their retirement plan. Boston Seniority is published by the City of Boston's Elderly Commission.
Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham comments in this article on how Senate rules mean the public and media will have little or no opportunity to review the latest campaign finance data electronically until shortly before or after the June 25 Senate election.
Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham says he thinks a drop in President Obama’s approval rating most likely hurt Rep. Ed Markey, although he still thinks Markey will defeat Gabriel Gomez.
Chancellor J. Keith Motley is quoted in this article on new Vice Chancellor for Government Relations and Public Affairs Edward M. Lambert. The former Fall River mayor and state representative most recently served as commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.
Director of Financial Aid Judy Keyes says UMass Boston students haven’t given much feedback on the new “shopping sheet,” a federal initiative that aims to standardize the presentation of financial aid data.
Political Science Department Chairman Paul Watanabe says Republican Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez may have to “rethink his line of attack” in the race against Democratic foe Ed Markey, focusing more on his compelling personal story and less on maligning his opponent.
Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham says Senate candidate Ed Markey is distinguishing himself by building his campaign on the issue of climate change. Markey’s environmentalism doesn’t stand out in liberal Massachusetts, but the issue is more contentious in other places.