What do you want the candidates to be discussing as they compete for votes in this year’s City Council election?

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  1. 1) A wise man once said to me “Since you can’t have everything right, pick what you want wrong.” Our conversations tend to be about what’s essential, and — of course — everything’s essential: fire, police, schools, etc. I want to hear what folks think can be cut in these kinds of times. Because things are going to be cut, and I’d rather hear folks talk about what is not essential rather than the same old “it’s all important” line.

    2) To refine the discussion about communication somewhat, I guess I’d just like to know how a candidate proposes to reach out to and communicate with constitutents on a consistent basis. (That was way too much alliteration!)

    3) There was a question in a previous election about where a candidate would take a visitor to Worcester. Those kinds of questions tend to be feel-good, throwaway type questions — but I think they can actually be quite useful. Questions like “When was the last time you took public transportation or biked in the city?” or “How often do you go to the public library?” can be incredibly informative to certain constituencies.

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