October 27, 2014

THEY ARE RIDING A STREAK OF EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS:

Charlie Baker for governor (The Boston Globe, OCTOBER 26, 2014)

Effective activist government isn't built on good intentions. To provide consistently good results, especially for the state's most vulnerable and troubled residents, agencies need to focus on outcomes, learn from their errors, and preserve and replicate approaches that succeed. Baker, a former health care executive, has made a career of doing just that. During this campaign, he has focused principally on making state government work better. The emphasis is warranted. And in that spirit, the Globe endorses Charlie Baker for governor.

Posted by at October 27, 2014 4:32 PM
  

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