Committee for Committee for Sustainable & Responsible Economic Development

Question 1 is a flagrant abuse of the ballot question process. It was filed by one developer, for one site, for one purpose: his own financial benefit. The drafters of the Massachusetts Constitution designed our ballot question process to give the people a voice on statewide issues, not as an an end-run around the legislative process for wealthy developers and corporate interests. Join us, the Committee for Sustainable & Responsible Economic Development and Vote NO! on Question 1.

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Massachusetts House Speaker
Robert DeLeo

“…trying to subvert the [Gaming Act] as presently written to go through the ballot question like they are trying to do is wrong, and I would be opposed to it.”

Somerville Mayor
Joe Curtatone

“…we are setting ourselves up for failure if this passes.”

Revere Mayor
Brian Arrigo

“I… will be opposing the ballot question at every step of the way.”

Suffolk Downs Chief Operating Officer
Chip Tuttle

“We have not and do not plan to support it.”

Boston Globe Business Editor
Shirley Leung

“[T]he people of Massachusetts should reject this expansion of the gaming law. Enough is enough.”


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