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Jeff Santos

He/Him

Currently
President and Host of his Radio Channel

More about Jeff Santos

Jeff Santos grew up in Massachusetts, and has been on covering politics on the radio for almost two decades. His current show is The Jeff Santos show (off the air locally during his candidacy due to FCC campaign regulations). Prior to working in political broadcasting, he worked in sportscasting.

He has also volunteered and worked for a number of different candidates, including Dukakis, Hart, Kerry, and Sanders.

Incumbent
No
Age
56 years, 8 months
Born in New Bedford, MA in 1963
Voter Registration
Sept. 15, 2015

Where does Jeff live?

Address
Lives at 350 3rd Street Cambridge, MA 02142

Endorsements

Q&A

Interviews with the candidate

Quotes

No one wants a 10-story building on a side street.

Jeff Santos, MCNA City Council Candidates Night 2017

I will continue to do my show if I am elected and will have a massive platform to advocate for these issues in City Hall and on the air.

Press

Articles about the candidate

The Harvard Crimson Jeff Santos (Profile)

We need to pull together and ask for MIT to be a good corporate and academic citizen and give the opportunity to have middle class homes in the Volpe Center.

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We need to be clear about making sure it’s safe. We can’t have senior citizens who normally park in front of Skenderian Pharmacy no longer feeling safe getting out of their car. They may hit a cyclist on the way out or another car.

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I believe that we should have recreational marijuana, but we need an educational process. One of the things I am concerned about is you can be impaired smoking and driving.

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I will keep my radio show if I win. That will give me the opportunity to fight for major issues.

Nov. 1, 2017 — Andrea Bossi
The Harvard Crimson Jeff Santos (Profile)

We need to pull together and ask for MIT to be a good corporate and academic citizen and give the opportunity to have middle class homes in the Volpe Center.

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We need to be clear about making sure it’s safe. We can’t have senior citizens who normally park in front of Skenderian Pharmacy no longer feeling safe getting out of their car. They may hit a cyclist on the way out or another car.

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I believe that we should have recreational marijuana, but we need an educational process. One of the things I am concerned about is you can be impaired smoking and driving.

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I will keep my radio show if I win. That will give me the opportunity to fight for major issues.

Nov. 1, 2017 — Andrea Bossi
Scout Cambridge City Council Candidate Profiles, Group 3 of 5

What sets you apart from other candidates?

What sets me apart from my colleagues is my radio/TV show. I will continue to do my show if I am elected and will have a massive platform to advocate for these issues in City Hall and on the air.

Oct. 13, 2017 — Reena Karasin
Scout Cambridge City Council Candidate Profiles, Group 3 of 5

What sets you apart from other candidates?

What sets me apart from my colleagues is my radio/TV show. I will continue to do my show if I am elected and will have a massive platform to advocate for these issues in City Hall and on the air.

Oct. 13, 2017 — Reena Karasin

Campaign finance

How much the candidate has raised and spent

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Balance at the start of 2019
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Raised in 2019
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