Not My Job: Gov. Deval Patrick Gets Quizzed On Burning Man

Gov. Deval Patrick offers remarks to Harvard Democrats in Cambridge, focusing on community engagement and generational responsibility on April 28. i
Eric Haynes/Photo Courtesy of Gov. Deval Patrick's Office
Gov. Deval Patrick offers remarks to Harvard Democrats in Cambridge, focusing on community engagement and generational responsibility on April 28.
Eric Haynes/Photo Courtesy of Gov. Deval Patrick's Office

Deval Patrick was elected governor of the commonwealth of Massachusetts in 2006. He's finishing his second and final term, and he clearly no longer cares because he's agreed to join us to play our quiz.

We've invited him to answer three questions about Burning Man, the annual art festival/hippie magnet taking place in the desert of northern Nevada.

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