Author Archives: Dan Winslow

Boston Herald Endorses Winslow

(Interesting development. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) We are proud to receive the Boston Herald endorsement today. The Boston Herald

The national Republican Party has been engaging in months of soul-searching about its future. Former presidential candidate Jon Huntsman offered up a good piece of advice in a speech at the Reagan Library recently: “When a party stops…

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Video: Fiscal Conservative

Check out the latest video from our campaign. If I go down to Washington I’m going to bring my message of fiscal conservatism, and I’m proud of it, fiscal common sense, and I’m proud of it.  And a new breed of a person in Washington that is a proven problem solver, That’s what we do. Get involved at  …

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The Tipping Point Timeline

(Charts and Graphs… – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) I’m issuing a “tipping point timeline” of  the key fiscal events during the campaign that will highlight Washington gridlock that is putting the Nation’s economic recovery at risk.  Washington isn’t working.  Too often the Washington insiders talk past each other rather than work together to solve problems.  The scope of…

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Sharing Thoughts from Ray

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno)  As you may know, I announced my campaign for the GOP nomination for US Senate in an email to members of the State Committee and others.  Several people have asked that it be more broadly shared.  The letter is posted below: **

Dear Fellow Republicans, On June 9, 1999, I received the…

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BREAKING: Democrats Behaving Badly and What We’re Doing About It

(Dan,  How are people on final passage? – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) On Wednesday, the Massachusetts House will consider emergency legislation to transfer “surplus” funds from the motor vehicle inspection sticker program to fill part of the MBTA’s budget shortfall this year. The pace of this legislation is driven largely by the urban Democratic leadership, in view of…

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