Author Archives: MerrimackMan

2010 Election- Massachusetts Candidates- April Edition

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Updated With Comments 4/5/10 With the filing deadline for this November’s candidates fast approaching on April 27 and May 4th, I thought I’d go ahead and update my previous post listing the candidates that are currently seeking office. As with last time, I have underlined races where to my knowledge there is…

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Lowell Shocker- Pangy to Retire

( – promoted by Mike “DD4RP” Rossettie) It appears that popular, seven-term State Senator Steve Panagiotakos (D-Lowell) has decided to call it quits, and will not seek re-election this fall. This means two of the four Merrimack Valley districts will be open this fall. Panagiotakos’ retirement may come as a surprise to some considering his chair of the Senate Ways…

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Complete 2010 State Legislature Candidate Listing

( – promoted by Mike “DD4RP” Rossettie) UPDATE: I’m going to repost this on a monthly basis, Added my last updates for now Alright, because I have not seen this created anywhere else, and I heard a couple mumblings for one in the Comments on other posts, I decided to list as many of the candidates I know are running…

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Greene: I’m Out, Billerica State Rep Retiring

(Will Marc Lombardo now throw his hat in the ring? – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) The Lowell Sun reports that nine Term State Representative Bill Greene (D-Billerica) will not seek re-election, and in the process, open up a Conservative district for a serious Republican pickup oppurtunity in November. Finally, a little changing of the guard in the Merrimack…

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Coakley Leads Democrats and Brown

(As the electorate learns more about how Martha Coakley has enabled the corruption rampant on beacon hill, and learns more about Scott, these numbers will change. – promoted by EaBo Clipper) According to a new Suffolk University Poll, Attorney General Martha Coakley leads both the pack of Democrats in December 8th’s Democratic Primary, and Republican State Senator Scott Brown…

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