Author Archives: Vincent Errichetti

Requiem for an Annual Convention

Requiem for an Annual Convention This Saturday the Massachusetts Democrat Party is meeting for their annual convention. Such events allow for proper organization and assessment of organizations that is never inflated nor dependant on only the candidate for Governor. No one ever says, “We have doubled organized town committees,” because there is never a 4 year gap between conventions to…

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MASS GOP Needs a 2009 Convention

(Yes we should have one in 2012 – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) A State Convention is about networking and organizing and training. Our Party is only sustainable if we continue to build. Just like in business, the motto should always be expand or die.   The fact is, we caught the wave last year. Hard work and focused…

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A case study lesson from the Walt Disney Company

A case study lesson from the Walt Disney Company

For Brock Cordeiro. Nothing in Disney World is done without the kind of forethought and planning that would make a bride’s wedding day seem flawless. But even when things go wrong, they embrace it.   Once the recession hit, the “Imagineers” took on the task of expanding the Disney Empire by…

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RNC Chairman’s Election (Open Thread)

(I like Chairman Steele.  I also like Saul Anuzis.  Either would continue to be great for the Party. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Well, since there isnt much time left, I wanted to hear your thoughts on this. My pick would be Anzuni, then Steele, then the rest. Based purely on experience level. I am happy to see…

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The Framingham Project. (For your consideration)

(I know of one Republican already planning on running for Selectman in Framingham. – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) (A purely positive suggestion…) The Framingham Project. After being asked, if were leading the Party what i would do, this would be the project I would implement. Framingham is the largest town in Massachusetts (town government structure). Charlie Baker lost it…

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