Author Archives: Paul R. Ferro

Paul R. Ferro is Senior Editor at RedMassGroup.com. The 9th registered user of RedMassGroup.com, Paul has been with RMG from it's inception. He's also a former 4-term Marlborough City Councilor and currently serves as Chairman of the Marlborough Republican City Committee. You can follow him on twitter @PaulFerro

Ferro Announces Bid For State Representative

Former Four-term Marlborough City Councilor Paul R. Ferro announced today he is running for State Representative to represent parts of Marlborough, Northborough, and Westborough on Beacon Hill.  
“For too long the Beacon Hill Democratic political machine has stifled growth, and entrepreneurship in our Commonwealth. As State Representative I will work side by side wth my friend Governor Charlie Baker…

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Mass Fiscal’s Craney Confronts Sen. Prez Rosenberg Over Joyce (Video!)

Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance Executive Director Paul Craney was attempting to hand-deliver a letter to State Senate President Stanley Rosenberg’s (D-Amherst) office demanding the expulsion of State Senator Brian Joyce (D-Milton) when he (and the press) encountered Rosenberg in the hallway.  State House News has the video. Joyce, readers will recall, had his law offices in Canton raided by the FBI

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What Day is Election Day in Massachusetts? If It’s a Primary, the Answer is Thursday.

Readers of RedMassGroup.com will recall my article from January 4th detailing the incumbency protection racket that is the late state primary here in Massachusetts.  There, I pointed out that the MA Primary, to be held on September 8th, was the 50th of 55 Primaries held in the United States, it’s Territories, and the District of Columbia.   But I may…

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Charlie Baker; Fundraising Juggernaut

The Boston Globe’s (it’s a newspaper that used to be delivered to people’s houses) Frank Philips has an interesting story on Governor Charlie “Mr. Fix-it” Baker’s massive fundraising haul during his first full year as Governor.   Governor Charlie Baker has smashed fundraising records for a first-year governor, hauling in $2.79 million for his campaign committee since his inauguration a…

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