Voices of the Candidates Karen Anderson 2nd Franklin

Karen Anderson spoke at the Twin City Tea Party candidates night Monday. When the Subject of the DCF came in Q & A you can see this was a subject that moves her. As was evidenced by her answer to my question her web site is here.

Voices of the Candidates Rich Bastien (R) Worcester 2nd

On Monday I covered the Twin City Tea Party Candidates night. One of the candidates I covered was former state rep Rich Bastien who is running to regain the Worcester 2nd Seat he lost in 2012. Before his speech I spoke to him about the oddity of an election where you can directly compare the … Continue reading Voices of the Candidates Rich Bastien (R) Worcester 2nd

Voices of the Candidates Susannah Whipps Lee

If you want to know why the GOP has done so well lately, it's because we have candidates like Susannah Whipps Lee. Anyone who spends 5 minutes with this woman will see she has incredible potential, but more interesting is that she is running a business that employes a ton of people. She could be … Continue reading Voices of the Candidates Susannah Whipps Lee

Mommy where do tea partiers come from? (Chuck Kuniewich candidate Middlesex 3rd )

If you want to find out why there is a tea party movement take a look of this interview: Listen to the arrogance described and his amazing story of being voted out of a public event because his presence made his opponent "uncomfortable". Multiply that attitude in districts all around the nation and violá, you … Continue reading Mommy where do tea partiers come from? (Chuck Kuniewich candidate Middlesex 3rd )

Justin Brooks (R) Leominster event at the Luxury Box

Justin Brooks former president of the Twin City Tea Party and candidate for state rep held a meet and greet at the Luxury Box in Leominster mass. Fedora Fans were in evidence But the star of the show was the candidate who spoke to me at the event. It was not long ago that many … Continue reading Justin Brooks (R) Leominster event at the Luxury Box

State Senator Jen Flanagan and Rep Kim Ferguson at the Twin City Tea Party 11-28-11

State Senator Jen Flanagan (D) and State Rep Kim Ferguson (R) spoke at the twin City Tea Party tonight at the Border Bar and Grille to talk about Redistricting. They spoke mainly about the process and spoke a lot about the Federal requirements concerning majority minority districts. They answered a fair amount of questions and … Continue reading State Senator Jen Flanagan and Rep Kim Ferguson at the Twin City Tea Party 11-28-11

The Democratic Machine still works Durant’s victory voided

Well it took a lot of lawyers, cracked and broken election boxes, and some interesting handling of ballots during a recount but the Democratic machine managed to get the result they were looking for: A Worcester Superior Court judge is ordering a new election for a contested Massachusetts House seat after ruling the November contest … Continue reading The Democratic Machine still works Durant’s victory voided

Live Blog WCRN 830 AM UPDATE liveblogging the Rosen & Rosario show

11:52 p.m. predicted the big red wave 11:39 p.m. Talking the why's of why people are angry. 11:22 p.m. Talking about local electoral action 11:14 p.m. John Weston has rejoined us. 11:12 p.m. Talking about Term limits some disagreement on this among the panel. 11:08 p.m. Bill Campbell (r) for Sec of State now on … Continue reading Live Blog WCRN 830 AM UPDATE liveblogging the Rosen & Rosario show

Examiner Article an interview With Jim McKenna (R) candidate for AG

This afternoon I interviewed Jim McKenna (R) who ran an successful write-in/sticker campaign to get on the ballot to face Martha Coakley in the fall elections: DTG: A write in campaign is tough, in a primary doubly so and would be considered impossible for a Massachusetts republican before this year. What happened? JM: Experienced political … Continue reading Examiner Article an interview With Jim McKenna (R) candidate for AG

The biggest news of the night is NOT the Christine O’Donnell win…

...it is that a Write-in / Sticker campaign for Jim McKenna to get on the ballot so Martha Coakley would not be unopposed succeeded and he will be on the ballot this fall. The state republican party did not run a candidate to oppose her, in a year like this it is in excusable. James … Continue reading The biggest news of the night is NOT the Christine O’Donnell win…

Primary Election day in Massachusetts

Lots of interesting races but for me there are three that stand out for me. Two of them are statewide: State Auditor features two spectacular candidates Mary Z. Connaughton and Kamal Jain are both seeking the auditor's office. Mary has the experience as a CPA, Kamal has some spectacular ideas and experience as an efficiency … Continue reading Primary Election day in Massachusetts

Voices of the candidates Ray Igou (r) candidate 9th Essex District

State Rep Candidate Ray Igou (9th Essex) at the Reading Tea Party 9/7/2010 he is an airline pilot by trade and another great example of a regular guy who decided to step up to make a difference. He not only talks sense, I look forward to seeing him at the statehouse. This is why we … Continue reading Voices of the candidates Ray Igou (r) candidate 9th Essex District

Latest Examiner Article: Kristine Abrams, Chris Lackey & the Tea party Political Revival

My latest examiner article actually went up a few days ago but I've been so busy I haven't had time to promote it. The article talks about the difference between what my arch enemy friend Chris Lackey and what other people see: Chris, whose critique didn't touch much on speakers like Bill Campbell (r), was … Continue reading Latest Examiner Article: Kristine Abrams, Chris Lackey & the Tea party Political Revival

Voices of the Voters: Barry at the Plymouth County GOP Straw Poll

Barry gives us his take on the PCGSP Enthusiasm is the right word for what is going on. One can't talk about the republican resurgence without using the name Scott Brown and credit is given where due.

Voices of the Voters: Victoria at the PCRSP

Victoria Dibel is exactly the type of voter that events like this a for: The fact that Mary Connaughton got her vote when she had not heard of either her or Kamal Jain the other Republican candidate for auditor (and Both are VERY impressive) shows how important such events are.