Newly Elected Republican State Reps.

Assuming all recounts go our way, below is the list of new leadership. (NOT POSTED AFTER A BREAK ON PURPOSE)

They won because they ran before, or were active for years, AND WORKED HARD. They are great people, and are the reason why, while everyone is ready to hang people or looking for a plan…

These people used the plan. They know it. And many of them won without help from any Party structure.

That is not an indictment of the party, but a testament to their tenacity and vigor.

R Jim Lyons of Andover

R George Ross of Attleborough

R Paul Adams of Andover

R Sheila Harrington of Pepperell

R Shaunna O’Connel of Taunton

R Steven Levy of Marlborough

R Geoff Diehl of Whitman

R Marc Lombardo of Billerica

R Dan Winslow of Wrentham

R David Vieira of Teaticket

R Randy Hunt of Sandwich

R Steven Howitt of Seekonk

R Angelo D’Emilia of Bridgewater

R Nicholas Boldyga of Southwick

R Kimberly Ferguson of Holden

R Richard Bastien of Gardner

R Kevin Kuros of Uxbridge

R Matthew Beaton of Shrewsbury

R Ryan Fattman of Sutton

R Peter Durant of Spencer

R Donald Wong of Saugus  

About Vincent Errichetti

  • The silver lining to Tuesday’s election was definitely the pick-ups in the State House. It’s been over a decade since the GOP had more than 30 seats in the State House.

  • This is a phenomenal group and represents a huge success. These are our future State Senators, Congressmen, and statewide office holders!

    Glad to see the word is getting out there – on this blog and in the papers. 2010 was NOT a total loss for the Mass GOP!

    Eric

  • Rosemary Sandlin just announced she will NOT seek a recount!  We can all be proud of MY NEW STATE REP: Nick Boldyga.  He will represent WE THE PEOPLE, and not the special-interests and Beacon Hill leadership like Sandlin ALWAYS did.

  • politicalmadman

    It is my understanding you are correct when you say they got no support from the party structure in Boston. Once again, the Mass GOP tried to build the house from the roof down. I would suggest they get out of the high rent district as it is akin to being inside the beltway in D.C.. Try coming outside the 128/95 belt to see what the people need to hear and why these candidates won.  

  • geo999

    He’s sharp and he’s smart.

    The dems will hang a target on him double quick.

  • Of the new state reps, which ones (i) defeated an incumbent D; (ii) won open seats; (iii) assumed a seat from a sitting R?

    I have met some of them like Steve Levy (defeated incumbent D) and Marc Lombardo (open seat) but am not familiar with others.  

    Hats off to all of them!