Tuesday, January 29, 2013
In his first meeting on the Govnor's Council, Milton attorney Robert Jubinville voted against Angel Kelley Brown's nomination to the Massachusetts Superior Court.
Tuesday, January 29
In his first Governor’s Council vote, representing District 2, Robert L. Jubinville voted against Gov. Deval Patrick’s nomination of Brockton District Court’s Associate Justice Angel Kelley Brown to The Superior Court. Jubinville, an attorney of 33 years from Milton who was elected in November to serve the communities of District 2, cast one of two votes against the nomination of Kelley Brown. The other nay vote was cast by District 7 Councillor Jennie Caissie, also an attorney. “The voters elected me to confirm the nominations of qualified judges. I used my 33 years of experience as an attorney to do as I saw fit. Ms. Kelley Brown was a very nice woman with a very nice temperament,” said Jubinville. “I just didn’t feel at this time that …
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Milton attorney Bob Jubinville has already been to several polling place and his day is just getting started.
Milton resident Bob Jubinville is in the middle of a long day. The Democratic candidate for Governor’s Council District 2 greeted voters in Franklin before the polls opened this morning, shook hands in Sharon and returned to Milton for a bit more campaigning and to cast his own vote. This was all before 11 a.m. Jubinville, who has been an attorney for 33 years, will be back on the road to meet with voters, likely in Boston, Stoughton and Randolph before the polls close at 8 tonight. Once all the votes are in, family and friends will join Jubinville at his Milton law office to wait for the results. He expects around 50 people to stop by this evening. “I’ve been campaigning like crazy,” said Jubinville, who won a four-candidate primary for …
Friday, September 7, 2012
Milton Attorney Robert Jubinville won the Democratic nomination for Governor's Council.
Election officials announced Thursday night that Milton resident Robert Jubinville won the highly-contested primary for the second district of Governor's Council. Jubinville won the popular vote in many of the 40 towns in the second district. In the coming months, Jubinville plans to speak at local gatherings and hopes to raise support by introducing himself to many area residents, he said. "We're going to get working right away," Jubinville said. "It feels good that the voters have chosen me and think I'm the best candidate." Governor's Council is one of the state's oldest elected boards which acts to appoint state officials including judges and parole board members. It also advises the Governor on issuing pardons and communications. …
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Candidates for Governor's Council, including Milton attorney Robert Jubinville, described their relevant experience and showed where they stand on judicial issues at Wednesday's debate in Natick.
Four Democratic candidates for Governor's Council squared off in a debate at Natick'sMorse Institute Library Wednesday night. The Governor's Council is one of the state's oldest elected boards. It acts to appoint a range of Massachusetts officials including judges, parole board members and justices of the peace. The council advises the Governor on issuing pardons and communications. Here are the details on what the four candidates said during the debate: Bart Timilty Timilty's sister, Kelly, served on the Governor's council for 18 years before her death in January. "I witnessed the dedication and joy she got out of being on the Governor's Council," Timilty said. During the debate, he advocated for the increased use of prisons to …
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Democratic candidates for Governor's Council will head to the Morse Institute Library in Natick on Wednesday.
The Morse Institute Library and the Natick Democratic Town Committee will host a debate on Wednesday between Democratic candidates for the Governor's Council in the second district. The candidates – Brian Clinton, Robert Jubinville, Patrick McCabe, and Bart Timilty – will debate at a 7 p.m. event that is open to all. The 8-person Governor's Council is the oldest elected body in Massachusetts, predating its statehood. The primary responsibility of the council is to consider the Governor's judicial nominees. “We are proud to host this important debate,” Natick Democratic Town Committee chair Dylan Hayre said in a press release. “Voters should make an informed vote at the primary on September 6 and at the general election on November 6.” …
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Governor's Council, District 2, candidate Brian Clinton recently announced he will be taking a leave of absence from his position as Chief of Staff for Boston City Councilor Rob Consalvo for the remainder of the campaign.
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Brian Clinton, candidate for Governor’s Council, District 2, has announced that he has taken a leave of absence from his role as Chief of Staff for Boston City Councilor Rob Consalvo to dedicate himself fully to campaigning for Governor’s Council. With Primary Day approaching on Thursday, September 6th, Clinton continues to work hard to gain the trust and confidence of the voters of the District. “I’m excited to be able to dedicate myself full-time to campaigning to be the next Governor’s Councillor from District 2,” said Clinton. “I look forward to spending more time with the constituents of District 2 and earningtheir vote.” Clinton has worked for Boston City Councilor Rob Consalvo since 2002. As a public servant, Clinton has committed …
Thursday, June 14, 2012
The long-time defense attorney is running for the open District 2 seat on the Governor's Council.
Milton resident Robert L. Jubinville, an attorney with 33 years of courtroom experience, is seeking the Democratic nomination for Governor’s Council as a representative of District 2. The eight, elected Governor’s Councilors have the responsibility to screen, interview and confirm the judges and clerk magistrates that are nominated by the Governor. District 2, which includes Milton, stretches from Boston to Natick and then south to West Bridgewater and Attleborough. The 2012 election is the third Governor’s Council campaign for Jubinville, having run in 2008 and 2010. This time, though, there is no incumbent. “It’s an open seat this time with the sad passing of our Governor’s Councilor, Kelly Timilty,” Jubinville said. With over three …
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Brian Clinton is one of several candidates running for the vacant seat on the Governor's Council for District 2.
Brian Clinton says that if elected as the Governor's Councilor for District 2 of Massachusetts, he will resign his position as the chief of staff for Boston City Councilor Rob Consalvo. The Governor's Council consists of eight districts and eight councilors, who make $26,025 a year. The Second Councillor District (double 'l' on the Commonwealth's website) represents 39 cities and towns throughout five counties, including West Roxbury. "Should I earn this, I would leave Councilor Consalvo’s office after the New Year. I know what the public thinks, and you never want a perception that you are double-dipping. I'd be honored to stay home and raise my two daughters," said Clinton, a lifelong Hyde Park resident. The election is to replace the …