They still have faith in Patrick
Boston.com
People interviewed in Boston yesterday said that despite several setbacks and slip-ups, they still have faith in Governor Deval Patrick to bring about change to improve their lives. They applauded his decision to scale back his official duties to spend time with his wife, Diane, who is being treated for depression and exhaustion . From the cafes of the North End, the waterfront of South Boston, and the streets of Dorchester's Uphams Corner, people shared their thoughts on the governor and his administration. JAMES VAZNIS ‘If my wife was sick, I would take time off in the same way. You have to take care of your family first. Everything else is secondary.’ Frank DePasquale President, North End Chamber of Commerce North End
 

People interviewed in Boston yesterday said that despite several setbacks and slip-ups, they still have faith in Governor Deval Patrick to bring about change to improve their lives. They applauded his decision to scale back his official duties to spend time with his wife, Diane, who is being treated for depression and exhaustion . From the cafes of the North End, the waterfront of South Boston, and the streets of Dorchester's Uphams Corner, people shared their thoughts on the governor and his administration.

JAMES VAZNIS

‘If my wife was sick, I would take time off in the same way. You have to take care of your family first. Everything else is secondary.’

Frank DePasquale
President, North End Chamber of Commerce
North End

(For the Globe/ Erik Jacobs)