Author Archives: mecowett

Todd Taylor Announces Candidacy for 16th Suffolk State Rep Seat

(This is a district that Scott Brown won significantly in 2010. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) I’m very pleased to be serving as Todd’s campaign manager. I believe this is a very exciting opportunity for our party. Our kickoff event will take place at Casa Lucia in Revere next Tuesday (2/4) from 7-9 pm. If you’re interested in…

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Letter to Chairman Hughes

( – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) I received this letter today from Second Suffolk and Middlesex state committeeman Steve Aylward. I reproduce it here in order to encourage transparency, communication, and dialogue, not in wholesale support or opposition. July 18, 2013 An Open Letter to Kirsten Hughes

Chairman, Massachusetts Republican Party Dear Chairman Hughes: The recent US Senate Special…

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The Three Stars of Last Week’s Minimum Wage Hearing

(Michael Cowett is a Republican State Committeeman from Cambridge. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Last week, the legislature’s Joint Committee on Labor and the Workforce heard multiple hours of testimony on a proposal to increase the minimum wage in Massachusetts from $8 to $11/hr. Numerous representatives and senators appeared to testify, all of whom (in the hours I…

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Chanel Prunier for Republican National Committeewoman

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) One week from today, the MassGOP State Committee will gather once again at the Newton Marriott. Among other topics, our agenda includes the election of a new Republican national committeewoman to replace former Lt. Gov Kerry Healey. I plan to vote for Chanel Prunier because I strongly believe that she is the…

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Dan Winslow for US Senate

When we head to the polls this coming Tuesday, April 30th, to choose our nominee in the upcoming special election to replace Sen. Kerry, I’ll be voting for state representative Dan Winslow. For me, America’s economic health over the short- and long-term should be our top priority, and I believe that Rep. Winslow’s staunch fiscal conservatism, especially his numerous suggestions…

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