Author Archives: ConsEph

Another Hat Thrown Into The Ring

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) The Framingham Patch is reporting that the Republican Party will have another candidate for the April 30th primary for the US Senate special election.  John  Fetherston, former Chair of the Ashland Board of Selectmen and State Representative candidate, is planning to announce his candidacy today at 5pm.  http://framingham.patch.com/ar… The field is…

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No Scott, So Who’s Next

(Scott Brown was a semi-obscure State Senator when he announced for U.S. Senate in August 2009.  There are a lot of young GOP up & comers, especially in the State House.  Senator Fattman?  Senator Lombardo?  Senator Lyons?  Ok, not all of them are young…. – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) Fresh off the closest Mass GOP Chair election in recent…

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Another Endurance Test – This Time Marty Walz to Resign

(Wow.   – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Is it just me or does it seem as though the number of special elections in Massachusetts is expanding like a family of tribbles? Fresh on the heels of Jack Hart’s announcement to leave the State Senate triggering a special election and the confirmation of Senator Kerry as Secretary of State…

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Minority Leader Brad Jones ( ?, North Reading)

( – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) The race for Mass GOP Chair is down the final few days and it looks to be a close race.  Both candidates have demonstrated a willingness to work to grow the Party and we are all better for the race and I trust that both Kirsten and Rick will play substantial roles in…

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Does Geography Matter?

The election for the the next Chair of the Massachusetts Republican Party is less than two weeks away.  So far it has been a spirited and civil debate with two main challengers emerging at this time, Kirsten Hughes and Rick Green.  Both have spoken of the need to grow the Party by reaching out to groups that have not been…

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Time for a State Committee Resignation

The Angelic One has provided a good summary of last night’s State Committee meeting in Plymouth and suggest that you read it when you have a moment. However, I think he left out a telling exchange that, if representative of the SC and the Mass GOP, bodes ill for the future of the Mass GOP.  The exchange occurred when Alex…

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