Stonehill’s Martin Institute to Host Democratic Candidates for Treasurer & Attorney General on August 28th

July 29, 2014

The Joseph Martin Institute for Law & Society at Stonehill College will host a pair of forums with the democratic candidates for Treasurer and Attorney General of the Commonwealth on Thursday, August 28th from 5pm– 6pm and 7pm-8pm, respectively. The two events are being co-sponsored by Gatehouse Media and WCVB.

The forums will be moderated by Chazy Dowaliby,editor of The Patriot Ledger and The Enterprise. A Massachusetts native, she began her newspaper career as a reporter for the Eagle-Tribune in Lawrence. Before returning to Massachusetts in 1997, Dowaliby spent nine years as a consultant in Europe and the United States specializing in the start-up and acquisition of newspapers, magazines and other publications. Additionally, she has worked as a media consultant in the UK and Malta, and as editorial director for Ingersoll Publishing, Europe.

The panelists for the Treasurer forum will be Joe Markman of The Enterprise and Paul Crocetti of MassPoliticalNews.comEd Donga of The Enterprise will be a panelist for the Attorney General forum. 

To RSVP for the Treasurer forum (tickets are limited) visit here.

To RSVP for the Attorney General forum (tickets are limited) visit here.

DATE & TIME: Thursday, August 28. Treasurer Candidates Forum 5pm-6pm; Attorney General Candidates Forum 7pm-8pm.

LOCATION:  The Martin Institute at Stonehill College, 320 Washington St., Easton, MA 02357

CONTACT INFORMATION:  Peter Ubertaccio 508-742-5033

PRESS CREDENTIALS: Media outlets wishing to obtain press credentials should contact  Please include the name of the organization, the name of each person from the organization requesting credentials, contact email and phone numbers. 






The Joseph W. Martin Institute for Law & Society at Stonehill College prepares students for leadership as active citizens in service to an improved human community. The Martin Institute challenges students and faculty through rigorous, critical interdisciplinary inquiry into law and society by linking theory and practice in a curriculum based upon exploration of the vital issues of public policy and social justice.