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Fourth Suffolk candidates' forum in Southie

A group of neighborhood associations will be hosting a forum Monday for candidates running to replace retiring state Rep. Brian Wallace.

The 6:30 p.m. forum is scheduled for the James Condon Community School at 200 D St.

Four Democrats and one Republican, one of the few running for office in Boston, are vying for the seat. The Democrats are Jacob Bombard, Nick Collins, Michael McGee and Mark McGonagle. The Republican is Patrick Brennan.

The sponsoring groups include Andrew Square Civic Association, City Point Neighborhood Association, Cityside Neighborhood Association, Dorchester Heights Association, Lower End Political Action Committee, McCormack Civic Association and the West Broadway Neighborhood Association.

The forum is one of three forums being organized by the groups.

The Democratic primary is Sept. 14 and the winner will face Brennan in November.


I was considering voting for Collins before I went to the debate. He is a hothead and a real immature kid. He made a mockery of the debate process.