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Cambridge, Massachusetts

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The fifth-largest city in Massachusetts, Cambridge is known as a hotbed of liberal politics. It also is one of the few cities in the United States to use the Single Transferable Vote form of preference voting to elect its City Council.

Next Cambridge meeting:

Monday, August 29, at 7PM

The campaigns have a list of unmet needs we will attempt to satisfy. Our first campaign fundraiser will be planned. We will discuss Jim Condit possibly appearing before the Cambridge City Public Facilities Committee, and Bill Hees appearing at the first big candidate debate -- both occuring on the same night.

We will hold this meeting at the __Harvard Square__ UNO'S PIZZA on Monday, August 29, at 7PM.

2005 campaigns

Three Libertarians are running for City Council:

Flag of Massachusetts

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Statewide orgs:

LP of Massachusetts (site) | Liberty for Massachusetts (site)

Regional orgs:

Pioneer Valley (site) | Worcester County (site) | Boston area

2005 local campaigns:

Cambridge | Springfield


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