Not all of the candidates at CPAC are federal ones, Jamie Calendar of Ohio talked to me in the vendor room:
Here are some videos from the day: Before the crowd comes: Jerry talked to me first So Did Steve and Denise: and Richard and Shirley: And Linda: I ran into Jen Caissie's mom but didn't know who she was when I started: If you don't know who Jen is here's jen: Since the left came … Continue reading Some Tea party Express videos
I talked to Marty Lamb before he went on air. He ended up staying all night leaving at 1 a.m. There are a lot of Democratic races around the nation that really could have used the resources that Jim McGovern has been forced to expend in defending this seat. That Big Red Wave will owe … Continue reading Voices of the Candidates: Marty Lamb at the WCRN all nighter
All three candidates graciously agreed to speak to me after the debate: It was quite a thing to hear a democrat actually defend Obamacare and not talk about repeal, it was almost refreshing. If you're going to vote for something; own it! This was my first meeting with Mr. Engel, he is a good advocate … Continue reading Voices of the Candidates, John Olver (d), Michael Engel (i)and Bill Gunn (r) Ma-1
Peter Durant spoke to me in the WCRN studios: A real measure of the Big Red wave in Massachusetts will be the success of campaigns like his for State Rep
At the very end of her event in Leominster last week Karyn Polito gave me a few minutes The video is very poor due to lighting but the determination and the drive shine through anyway
Claire Freda has been a city council member for a long time, I talked to her at the Karyn Polito event in Leominster last Wednesday Sorry about the lighting, the Dessert bar lighting was horrible for Video: We talked for quite a while, If I'm correct about what's coming, it will be interesting to get … Continue reading Voices of the Candidates: Claire Freda
I caught most of Ann Marie Buerkle's speech today at the event in Clyde yesterday I like her a lot, but the Lonely Conservative's high opinion of her speaks volumes as well.
I talked to Jeff Perry at his Quincy HQ today: ma-10 was the only race that the national media before the last month gave republicans a chance to win. It will be the start of the Big Red Wave.
While I was interviewing Bill Gunn, Tom Wesley, and Marty Lamb Sen Richard Moore was on the Air at WCRN, he talked to me right after he finished: Conservatives I've talked to speak and think well of Sen Moore but it's interesting to note that he talked to me about being a conservative democrat and … Continue reading Voices of the Candidates: State Sen Richard Moore (d)
Marty Lamb spoke to me before his appearance on WCRN Saturday. Marty's site is here, if you aren't in a position to kick in a few bucks to his campaign, you can give something even more valuable; your time.
Tom Wesley candidate in ma-2 talked to me before his appearance on WCRN: Make sure you take a moment to kick in to his campaign here. Update: Fixed a dropped T thanks Smitty
I talked to Bill before we went on the air Remember Olver has a huge financial advantage and you can narrow that by donating here.
In the 3rd district there are actually 3 candidates for that congressional seat. In addition to Marty Lamb and Jim McGovern we have an independent candidate Pat Barron. I'm not sure I buy the 3rd party argument, but if you do his site is here.