2015 City Council Endorsements

August 19, 2015 The Jamaica Plain Progressives are proud to endorse Ayanna Pressley for At-Large City Council and Matt O’Malley for District 6 City Council. These two outstanding individuals will continue their great work (outlined below) and continue to lead Jamaica Plain and…

JP Courtyard Party in Support of Ayanna Pressley

As you know, Ayanna Pressley has been an incredible At Large City Councilor, and was the one At Large candidate to receive the JPP endorsement. It’s important that Ayanna tops the ticket again this year, and important that we JP…

Endorse: Ayanna Pressley and Matt O’Malley

The Jamaica Plain Progressives are proud to endorse Ayanna Pressley for At-Large City Council and Matt O’Malley for District 6 City Council. These two outstanding individuals will continue their great work (outlined below) and continue to lead Jamaica Plain and the City…

Vote in our CIty Council Endorsement Poll

Help us decide whom to endorse for Boston City Council! Your vote is an important part of informing our decision for two races: At-Large City Councilors, and the District 6 City Councilor. Poll closes at 5pm Wednesday August 12th. Vote in our Poll (Note 1:…

City Council Forum, Wednesday June 3

Please join us next Wednesday June 3rd, at Doyle’s Cafe from 6 to 9.   Boston City Council Forum Wednesday, June 3, 6-9pm Doyle’s Cafe Moderated by Georgia Hollister Isman   The candidates for Boston City Council will be answering…

Wake Up The Electors & The Earth: This Saturday

This Saturday Jamaica Plain will Wake Up The Earth and JP Progressives begins to Wake Up The Electors, as we help re-elect two of Boston’s best City Councillors: At-Large City Councillor Ayanna Pressley, our Shero who earned the Gabby Giffords Rising…

JP Inequality Forum Recap

Thank you to everyone who attended the JP Inequality Forum! We had about forty attendants to hear about and discuss how inequality affects us here in Jamaica Plain. Here are some primary indicators we learned: A person needs to be…

Inequality Forum: Thursday April 9th

Economic inequality is growing across our nation, and right here in JP. We see up close how hard it is for people to live in Jamaica Plain on low wages; how small businesses here struggle as chains gain a foothold;…