Sept. 26, 2013
C. Walsh Theatre at Suffolk University
55 Temple Street Boston, MA 02114
Lawrence DiCara (partner, Nixon Peabody), Joan Vennochi (journalist, The Boston Globe), Mary Anne Marsh (principal, Dewey Square Group), and John Nucci (VP, Community & Govt. Affairs, Suffolk University)
Moderated by Paul Grogan (President, The Boston Foundation)
Mayor Tom Menino's decision not to seek an unprecedented sixth term opened the floodgates to create a lengthy roster of mayoral candidates - at one point, 24 - and set the stage for a tumultuous and confusing campaign season. Immediately after the September 24th run-off when the race will narrow to two, join President of The Boston Foundation Paul Grogan as he moderates an in-depth discussion with political consultant Mary Anne Marsh, Boston Globe's Joan Vennochi, Suffolk University's VP of Government Relations & Community Affairs John Nucci, and Nixon Peabody partner Lawrence DiCara on the Menino legacy, its impact on the 2013 race, and the future of Boston.