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Meet the candidates for School Committee Oct 6

Join the Squantum Community Association on October 6 to meet the candidates running for School Committee in the November 2 election. Come meet our neighbors interested in serving our community. At this informal gathering (not a debate) each candidate will share their thoughts in an opening statement and residents will be invited to pose questions. Please also consider sending your questions for the candidates to the SCA in advance and we will pose them to the candidates on your behalf.

Wednesday, October 6, 2021 at 7 pm
First Church of Squantum (lower level)
164 Bellevue Rd, Squantum, MA (map)
Refreshments will be served.

The candidates running for School Committee

  • Tina Cahill (website; view QATV candidate’s message)
  • Doug Gutro (incumbent; website)
  • Emily Lebo (incumbent, website)
  • Courtney Perdios. (website; Perdios was chosen by committee members in January to fill the vacant seat of then-Vice Chair Anthony Andronico who left to join the city council.)
  • Liberty Scaaf (website)
  • Liz Speakman (website)

News coverage

On the ballot on November 2 

  • Three School Committee seats (Learn about the School Committee)
  • Six ward council positions
  • Three at-large council seats

About the Squantum Community Association
The Squantum Community Association provides programming that fosters conversation and community with a focus on topics of interest to the Squantum and Quincy communities, highlighting local talent and history.

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  3. Squantum Turkey Trot goes virtual for 2020 Leave a reply
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  5. Get ready to vote in the Presidential primary March 3; early voting Leave a reply
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  8. Craft fair and cafe Nov 2 hosted by Seaside Gardeners Leave a reply
  9. Meet the candidates October 23 Leave a reply