As NAACP Boston head Tanisha Sullivan launches her bid for secretary of the Commonwealth, with a heavy focus on voting rights — Adam Reilly, state Rep. Erika Uyterhoeven, of Somerville, and Cheryl Crawford, executive director of MassVOTE, take a closer look at where voting reforms stand right now in Massachusetts, after the legislature let popular mail-in and expanded early voting provisions expire.
Then former Boston City Councilor Tito Jackson and Jennifer Nasssour, former chair of the Massachusetts Republican Party and founder and president of the Pocketbook Project, join Adam to weigh in on Attorney General Maura Healey’s entry into the race for Governor. And how much protest is too much, legally and ethically? It’s a question being asked with increasing frequency, as protesters shut down town meetings and target politicians’ houses.
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