Jon Keller – WBZ-TV Political Analyst (1.29.13)

Episode Link:  http://scatstaffvlog.blogspot.com/

Tonight on a special edition of Greater Somerville, host Joe Lynch is  joined in the SCATV studios by two time Emmy winner, WBZ-TV political analyst  Jon Keller to discuss the state of the national political scene, the comings and  goings of Massachusetts elected officials and speculated on the political future  of two Joes.  That would be Mayor Joe Curtatone and host Joe Lynch.   You may be surprised by what Keller and Lynch had to say.

Visit:  http://boston.cbslocal.com/personality/jon-keller/

Tony Lafuente – Ward 4 Alderman (5.8.12)

Still wondering why the old Winter Hill Star Market site is vacant?  Join host Joe Lynch and Ward 4 Alderman Tony Lafuente tonight on Greater Somerville, 7:30 PM from the SCATV studios, channel 3, to get the latest.  Lafuente will also be discussing the latest initiatives in Ward 4 and what he’s been hearing at the latest city sponsored Ward 4 ResiStat meeting.

Visit: http://www.tonylafuente.com/

The Great Alderman Debate 2011 (10.17.11)

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Join co-host Joe Lynch, as he moderates a political debate between all seven candidates running for Alderman-at-Large in the city of Somerville. The candidates were asked a series of questions about various issues by a distinguished panel of four local media representatives – Matt Byrne from the Boston Globe, Any Metzger from the Somerville Journal, Donald Norton from the Somerville News, and Chris Orchard from the Somerville Patch.

The seven at-large candidates are John Connolly, Bruce Desmond, Dennis Sullivan, William White  Todd Easton, Michael Neonakis and Sean Fitzgerald.

Special thanks to Ian Judge from the historic Somerville Theatre for hosting the event, Boston Closet for providing the seven podiums and Somerville Cable Access Television for taping the event and producing this video. Co-host KyAnn Anderson was also on hand to catch up with a few of the supporters outside – it was definitely an exciting night for Somerville politics!

Please remember to vote on November 8th.