Stephen Murphy: Why I Should Be Elected the Next Suffolk County Register of Deeds

First, let me say, thank you! We won the Democratic Primary with tremendous support from across Suffolk County. We finished first in Boston, Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop. We ran a positive campaign, we had a team of dedicated volunteers, and through door knocking, phone calling and speaking directly with voters our positive message resonated with voters across Suffolk County. I am honored, humbled, and proud to be the Democratic nominee for Suffolk County Register of Deeds. In this busy presidential election season, why is the Suffolk Registry of Deeds important to you, your family and your neighbors?


There’s a Primary Election Thursday: Who’s Running?

In one of the sleepiest primary elections in years, Massachusetts voters will be going to the polls this Thursday -- yes, Thursday, not the customary Tuesday -- and Jamaica Plain residents will have the opportunity to weigh in on several contested races. Polls will be open Thursday, Sept. 8, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Not sure where to vote? Click here to find out from the Massachusetts Secretary of State. In surveying the field, we'll start with one race that often flies under the radar: The Suffolk County Register of Deeds.


Forde: ‘I’m A Progressive Voice for Register of Deeds’

As the custodian of all property records for Suffolk County, how the Registry operates matters to everyone buying a house, selling a house, or transferring property. Here's why I'm hitting the streets and talking to voters every single day about this important race:

• It’s a real job for a real professional, and I am the ONLY candidate who is prepared to do the whole job. As a legal professional, I am the only person in this race who actually drafts and records deeds. And as someone who has worked with Registries across the Commonwealth for a decade, I have the vision and experience to make the Suffolk Register of Deeds a leader in consumer protection and service. • Home ownership has long been an entry for many into the middle class and yet it can be fraught with risks as we have seen from the housing crisis.