Well, it's official - Galvin didn't just miss the Medford debate by accident. In fact, it was completely on purpose. Kara, a member of Galvin's campaign team, stopped by BMG to inform everyone that there never was supposed to be a debate in the first place.
That's right, that was how she defended Galvin for "missing" the debate. Galvin would never conceivably participate in Democracy, why would a Secretary of State do something as trivial as that? It's only the most important aspect of their job.
But, take heart, Galvin's doing everything he can to suppress voter turnout, because the Good 'ol Boys - as Lynne likes to call them - don't like high voter turnout. It means machine politics can't automatically secure a victory. And Galvin is doing a great job as Secretary of State by not doing anything about ballot fraud, not addressing campaign finance law violations, not doing anything about voter irregularities and not complying with years-old national statutes in voting law.
Kara tries to say that Bonifaz was clearly lying about the Medford Secretary of State Debate. Well, Kara, why did Galvin say he got stuck in New Bedford if he wasn't supposed to be there in the first place? Was he supposed to be in Medford, or not? It seems like Secretary of State Bill Galvin is the one who got himself caught in a lie.