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EBHS students host State Rep Special Final Debate March 24

East Boston High School, student run, student moderated East Boston, First Suffolk District State Representative Special General Election candidate debate scheduled for Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at East Boston High School, 5:30p.m.-7:30 p.m in the EBH auditorium The auditorium doors open at 5:30p.m. The debate will begin at 6:00pm.

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This year, East Boston High School teacher, Patrick Morse's debate class students studied non-partisan local and state issues this fall to prepare for the first known East Boston High School student lead and moderated non-partisan State Representative candidate forum. The winner of the 2014 fall general election, State Representative Carlo Basile vacated the East Boston seat to accept a position in newly elected Governor Charlie Baker's administration.


The EBH debate class student team moderated a Special Primary Election EBH classrooms candidates forum earlier this year. All five primary candidates participated. Now the debate class is moderating a 3rd debate. The candidates both East Boston natives, Adrian Madaro-Democrat, Joanne Pomodoro-Independent will participate in the student moderated debate Tuesday evening. All East Boston Voters are invited to attend.


Two students from the debate class will moderate the forum. Debate attendees will have an opportunity to submit questions to the students prior to the debate for consideration. This fall, The Commonwealth Lobby (CL), a non-partisan volunteer voter registration-voter education organization initiated the collaboration with the East Boston High School debate class teacher and class in preparation of the on-campus student lead and moderated forums and debates. The students hope to get the answers they need to help inform East Boston young voters and the East Boston community on and off campus before Election Day on Tuesday, March 31.

Each candidate will have equal time to introduce their campaign and candidacy to attendees before the EBH student moderators ask the candidates questions. This momentous civic engagement on-campus student lead and moderated forum provides students with an opportunity to learn how to moderate a non-partisan forum and debate, explore non-partisan contemporary local and state issues, civically engage face to face with the candidates and the community. Both state representative candidates, Mr. Madaro and Ms. Pomodoro enthusiastically support the EBH on-campus student civic effort.

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