If you pay attention to Boston politics, four-term city councilor Michelle Wu is a familiar figure, known for her electoral prowess and her determinedly progressive politics. But there are some aspects of Wu’s political identity that even her fans might not be familiar with — including her conception of how Boston politics intersect (or *could* intersect) with Massachusetts politics, and the impact her mother’s struggle with mental illness had on her approach to governance. In this episode of the Scrum, Wu, Peter Kadzis, and Adam Reilly discuss these topics — as well as Wu’s tough assessment of Governor Charlie Baker and Mayor Marty Walsh’s response to COVID.

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