I spoke to Mass. GOP Senate candidate Mike Sullivan at the "How to save the GOP event" hosted by Michael Graham. Full disclosure I endorsed Sullivan last week, but I also interviewed his opponents here. I like that Sullivan isn't bending or equivocating on these issues and his direct approach is very refreshing and his … Continue reading Voices of the Candidates Mike Sullivan at the Michael Graham Event
Yesterday after a rather excellent show, I traveled to Tewksbury Ma Cover the first candidate forum between GOP contenders for the Senate seat vacated by John Kerry. The event, which included a large amount of local candidates for offices from Library Trustee to Selectman was sponsored by the local GOP I spoke to the Chairman … Continue reading Tewksbury GOP Senate and Local Candidate forum
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
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 )
Libertarian Candidate Gov Gary Johnson was the final speaker at the Worcester Tea Party event yesterday. He spoke to me after the event. and also spoke to a group of young people there on the subject of Ron Paul. I found him a decent and experienced fellow, I think it was a travesty and a … Continue reading Gary Johnson at the Worcester Tax Day Tea Party Event
Another in a series of Questions asked at of Sean Bielat at his Q & A in Hopedale
The first in a series of Q & A posts from the Sean Bielat meet and Greet of March 25th
I briefly mentioned Elizabeth Childs meet and greet from yesterday. Here is the rest of the story. I didn't take many stills: Childs opening speech Tom Wesley was the host: She had an opening speech: She also asked questions: What prompted the switch from democrat to republican How do you handle different groups in a … Continue reading Voice of the Candidates: Meet and Greet with Elizabeth Childs
Daria Novak is running in CT-2 If you want to help, her campaign site is here.
I will be posting interviews with candidates done at CPAC one a day starting today: Meet Glenn Addison (R) candidate for Senate in Texas Mr. Addison's web site is here.
I took video of parts of the Q & A with Santorum in Windham NH: On Crony Capitalism On American Values And Individualism On SOPA he took two questions and then one from Issac On the cost of tuition On faith in the pubic square: I also talked to people there such as these two … Continue reading Santorum Q & A from Windham NH
During his appearance at the Border Grille on Monday Presidential Candidate answered questions on all kinds of subjects. There were too many to put in a single post so I'm going to do them in pairs over the next several days: Let's start with the first question on drilling and the Environmentalism There are two … Continue reading Questions on the 10’s: Buddy Roemer on “Practical Environmentalism “
The very last person I expected to meet in the bloggers lounge was Randall Terry: Terry has been the William Lloyd Garrison on his time on the issue of Abortion.
Last year I saw Col West at the Pam Geller event, this year he was the Keynote Speaker, but before he gave his keynote he visited bloggers row. (Maureen Dowd was not invited) There were a lot of people in that room who would love to see this man on a national ticket sometime soon. … Continue reading Voices of the Candidates Congressman Allen West (R Fla-22)
Ok Technically Andrew wasn't a candidate for the Republican nomination in Maine when this was shot, but he is now: Don't discount da bloggers when it comes to running. Maine is a lot smaller than California and anything can happen between now and then.