After sharp criticism of their 2016 presidential primary cycle, the Democratic National Committee promised the 2020 primary debates would be more fair. At first it appeared it would be better with earlier debates, low entrance criteria, and candidates in the first round being split randomly instead of into “Varsity and JV”. However, the efforts were in vain as the cable television debate format is fundamentally flawed.
Over the past decade, America has been shaken by a series of vicious and cowardly shootings, resulting in the slaughter of innocent human life. In addition to the recurrence of gutless, deranged lunatics murdering innocent Americans, a commonality that unites our most recent tragedies is the utilization of semi-automatic firearms to inflict needless slaughter.
Democratic candidate Sarah Woulfin said, if elected to the Zoning Board of Appeals, she hopes to balance growth and change in Mansfield with maintaining its “historic character and natural beauty.”
Woulfin, who is running for public office for the first time this year, decided to run because she wanted to be more involved in the community of Mansfield and specifically in its town hall.
“I thought that it was an important time for people from different backgrounds to get involved in local politics.