Bryan Sutton has lived in Cambridge since 2015. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado and currently works for Siemens as a Field Operations Manager. Previously, he worked for GE's Transportation division, also in management.
Locally, he volunteers (with his dog) at Caring Canines, a therapy dog service. He recently spoke during public comment at a council meeting in favor of a ballot poll question about public financing for Cambridge municipal elections, and is involved with the new group Cambridge Residents for Responsible Elections.
Although previously registered as a Republican, he has made appearances at the Cambridge Democratic City Committee, has supported Bob Massie for MA governor, and recently switched his registration to Democrat.
Publicly funded elections are an important step to fix political corruption in our government. A handful of progressive cities have successfully instituted different types of publicly funded elections, so we can make an informed decision on how to enact local reform.
Bryan Sutton, Candidate for City Council.
Cambridge Community Television .
Episode 5: Who are the upstarts?.
Backyard Cambridge (Podcast) Oct. 31, 2017.
Cambridge elections aren’t spared damage political donations wreak on democracy.
Cambridge Day Nov. 2, 2017. Excerpt
Bryan Sutton either has not donated or has donated in a way not tracked by the FEC or ocpf.us.