Claire Wallace is a graduate student studying in the School of Journalism at Northeastern University. She enjoys writing freelance pieces regarding politics, lifestyle, travel, and the environment.
In Chelsea, a Longtime Champion for Transit Equity Seeks a Seat on the City CouncilBy Claire Wallace | | No Comments
"I think all politics are local. Chelsea is the community where I live, where I work, where I raise my kids. It’s the place where I can have the biggest impact."
Lynn’s Mayoral Contenders Clash Over Housing, GrowthBy Claire Wallace | | No Comments
Lynn's next mayor will face challenges from aging public infrastructure, a difficult city budget, and increasing development pressure from Boston.
Meet the Candidates Running to Be Somerville’s Next MayorBy Claire Wallace | | No Comments
Somerville’s next mayor will take responsibility for a number of local issues that reflect national challenges: reforming community policing, improving street safety and effectiveness for walkers, bikers, and drivers, and prioritizing green and affordable public transportation and housing.
Mayor Janey Is Missing From Vision Zero Candidate SurveyBy Claire Wallace | | No Comments
Mayor Walsh adopted ambitious goals to reduce tailpipe pollution, but made little progress on implementing policies that could reduce traffic and pollution. The next Mayor will likely feel more heat – literally and politically – to take bolder action.
Where Boston Mayoral Candidates Stand On City Climate PolicyBy Claire Wallace | | No Comments
Whether Boston meets its 2030 climate goals will largely depend on the city’s next mayor, whose administration will have broad control over some of the city’s biggest sources of pollution: energy-inefficient buildings, and traffic on city streets.