The second segment of June 27th’s WCVB On The Record Sunday Roundtable with anchors Janet Wu and Ed Harding. Mary Anne Marsh and Rob Gray discuss Sonia Chang-Diaz joining the 2022 Governor Race, and July 4th festivities leaving downtown Boston.

First, State Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz has officially announced that she’s joining the 2022 Gubernatorial race. As the third Democrat, and with many more potential candidates like AG Maura Healey, how is the field shaping up?

Next, changes to Boston’s 4th of July celebration. With the Pops Concert moved to Tanglewood and the fireworks moved to Boston Commons, and no crowds at either, how will the city fare this Independence Day?

Also, who in American politics had the best and worst week? Mary Anne Marsh looks towards State Representative Claire Cronin, who was appointed US Ambassador to Ireland last week. Meanwhile, Rob Gray focuses on Charlie Baker and the proposed 2-week sales tax holiday.

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