(Gabe Gomez, Charlie Baker also won in these numbers. In 2010 Brown won close to 100 districts. I’ve been preaching this for three years. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Like so many others, I’ve taken for granted that the Democrats have an overwhelming majority in the statehouse, and I looked at the state legislature as a lost…Read More »
How does that usually work out?…Read More »
(Arthur Vigeant for Mayor of Marlboro comes to mind. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Other than the brilliant Ted Gatsas in Manchester, and Donnalee Lozeau in Nashua, I’m not aware of too many Republicans in municipal politics. Are we running anyone in 2011, even for City Council or Alderman races?…Read More »
As a Republican in Boston, it’s rare to find a candidate for municipal office that I can get excited about. This year may be different, as a local Libertarian is making a serious effort to win an at-large seat. Sean Ryan is no Jim DeMint, but he would certainly represent a sharp change from business-as-usual on the Boston City Council.…Read More »
The RNC’s running a straw poll, and it sounds like a great opportunity to help retire the debt from the previous Chairman and build a sturdy foundation for voter outreach and electoral success in 2012.
Here’s a link:
http://www.gop.com/Presidentia… and the email I got:
The RNC is conducting a Presidential Straw Poll to find out who your choice is for…
Although the City of Boston appears to be driving population growth in Massachusetts, this is offset to some degree by population loss in the cities of Western Mass. as Worcester County and other GOP-leaning areas appear to be growing substantially. Although reapportionment in the US Congress has held the spotlight, it’ll be reapportionment in the State House that will offer…Read More »
I’ll probably take a week off to sleep, but then it’ll be time to get ready for 2012. It’s clear the Party needs more bench strength, so let’s get some folks elected to municipal office in 2011, and to whatever special elections open up. I’m sure many of our defeated candidates for Congress and other offices would be excellent mayors,…Read More »
We’re facing the end of campaign season, and fundraising is more important now than ever before.
Have you donated to a candidate in the past? What makes you want to continue donating, or to stop donating altogether? Many candidates were able to phone their early supporters, which goes a long way towards ensuring their continuing support. Peter Schiff giving out…
(I’ve looked at about 10 towns as well and it looks like about 25% of voters wrote in a name. We had according to the AP about 200,000 votes. That is about 50,000 votes for AG. One of these two gentlemen will be on the ballot. It will take a few days to sort that out.
Updated totals. In 13…