In less than one week, Boston voters will either give Mayor Marty Walsh a second term or hand the reins of the city government to his challenger, City Councilor Tito Jackson. The Scrum invited Walsh and Jackson to answer a few lingering questions and then make their final pitch to the electorate. Walsh wasn't able to participate, but Jackson was. Take a listen as he makes his case.


We've reached the stretch drive in Boston's mayoral race, with one Marty Walsh-Tito Jackson debate already on the books and one more slated for October 24. Adam Reilly and Peter Kadzis talk to Boston political scribe extraordinaire David Bernstein about the questions he thinks Jackson and Walsh still need to answer before voters head to the polls on November 7.

Adam Reilly and Peter Kadzis hash it out the result of Boston's mayoral primary with Joan Vennochi of the Boston Globe and Yawu Miller of the Bay State Banner. 


Attorney Harvey Silverglate and Dan Kennedy, an associate professor of journalism at Northeastern University, joined Adam Reilly and Peter Kadzis to talk about this year’s annual Muzzle Awards.


WGBH's Adam Reilly and Peter Kadzis talk to Senator Jamie Eldridge and political scientist Peter Ubertaccio about the intra-party challenges of Massachusetts' Democratic party. 


In this episode, Adam Reilly and Peter Kadzis kick the tires on city bike safety and policy with Wendy Landman of WalkBoston and Becca Wolfson of the Boston Cyclists Union and then talk with Boston Globe columnist Joan Vennochi about how Mayor Walsh has handled biking politics. 


WGBH’s Adam Reilly and Peter Kadzis were joined by Maureen Dahill and Heather Foley from Caught Up, the podcast from Caught in Southie, to talk about the political highs and lows of South Boston.

WGBH’s Peter Kadzis was joined by MassLive’s Gin Dumcius, Politico’s Lauren Dezenski, and WGBH’s Mike Deehan to grade the performances of Massachusetts’ political leaders.

Shadowgate: The Fate Of The Winthrop Square Tower
Adam Reilly and Peter Kadzis talked to WGBH Reporter Isaiah Thompson about the Winthrop Square Tower and the shadow it could cast over Boston Common and the Boston Planning and Development Authority.
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