Suffolk students, alum etch their own political campaign journeys

These Suffolk students are out on the path of attaining political office. As challenges arise, these alumni and students have persevered on, hopeful to make a positive change in their communities.

Derenoncourt confident to win first position in office

Jean Bradley Derenoncourt graduated this past May with a degree in government and around 400 signatures to get his name on the ballot for City Councilor-at-Large for Brockton, Massachusetts. Recently, he has been spending his time going to events for the campaign brought on by the city, knocking on doors and talking to potential voters in any way he can to gain support. He has been doing this all whil...

Alum forced to postpone place for office

Correction: Due to an error from sources, a previous version of the Oct. 11 article “Alum forced to postpone place for office” included a quote from Justin Murad that stated voters feared there would be repercussions from Tim McCarthy, the current City Councilor-at-Large for district five of Boston, for signing the petition to get his name on the ballot. This is incorrect, as it was not based ...

Libertarian candidate Raccioppi takes stand against Moulton

Running against current incumbent Seth Moulton for the 6th Congressional District of Massachusetts is Politics, Philosophy and Economics major Samson Raccioppi. He needs 2,000 signatures from voters registered in the Libertarian party within the district by February 2018. In a recent interview with The Suffolk Journal, Raccioppi said he is confident that by sharing his views he will be able to ge...

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