Don’t forget that a significant part of the black and Latino vote for Harvard Law Professor Elizabeth Warren was based on her being on the same ballot as President Barack Obama running for re-election (“A grassroots strategy to win state elections,” Bay State banner, Jan. 3, 2013).
State Attorney General Martha Coakley had the worst of all possible worlds — she was a dull candidate who campaigned poorly and there was no one else on the ballot to spur Democratic voters to the polls.
I wanted to offer my congratulations to everyone involved in making that event a success (“Holiday celebration warms the hearts of over 500 kids,” Bay State Banner, Dec. 27, 2012).
It warmed my heart to see such an animated, colorful and fun event for the children right in the heart of Roxbury.
I am encouraged when I see these type of events in our neighborhoods and salute the entire Score 4 More team!
Congratulations and thank you for organizing this event.
You deserve to be honored in the Little East Conference Hall of Fame and so much more for the lives you’ve impacted in this city (“In the News: Charles Titus,” Bay State Banner, Sept. 20, 2012.)
If not for your love of sports and commitment to helping young people, many might not have achieved beyond their expectation.