Sunday on DC Dialogue: Mayors talk transportation, Olympics; Tom Rath on 2016 Race

Newton Mayor Setti Warren and Fitchburg Mayor Lisa Wong Discuss Impact of Congressional Gridlock on Communities

DCD on Set Warren Wong May 2015

Tune in this Sunday morning for the latest episode of DC Dialogue on New England Cable News.  This month, we catch up with a couple of the region’s mayors, and review the latest developments in the 2016 presidential race.

In our first segment, we check in with Newton Mayor Setti Warren and Fitchburg Mayor Lisa Wong to hear how gridlock in Congress is impacting our region’s cities and towns.  The Mayors also share their frustrations with transportation infrastructure in New England, and their thoughts on the prospects of Boston hosting the 2024 Olympic Games.

Later in the show, veteran GOP strategist and former New Hampshire Attorney General Tom Rath joins us to handicap the GOP presidential nominations and discuss the role the New Hampshire primary will play in selecting our next president.

Be sure to tune in!

 

DC Dialogue
Sunday, May 31, 2015
10:00 – 10:30 a.m.
New England Cable News (NECN)

You can also watch the show online on NECN’s website, and Comcast subscribers can watch it OnDemand!

 

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