In this week's issue of the Boston Phoenix -- in print tomorrow, online now -- I take a look at the Senate candidacy of City Year co-founder Alan Khazei. If there's one candidate who might capture the progressive grassroots activists, it's Khazei; but political observers say he's got no chance at winning the Democratic nomination. He starts with no name recognition, no money, and only 12 weeks to build the kind of movement that took Deval Patrick a year and a half. So, why does he seem so optimistic?
The story is here:
Khazei, Like A Fox? Insiders don’t think Alan Khazei has a chance in the US Senate race. But
progressive activists could make him an underdog with bite.