Author Archives: Renew MA

The Renew MA Coalition is a non-partisan, advocacy organization to support conservative activists and legislators and their efforts to change Beacon Hill.

The Local War on Christmas?

The bah-humbug wing of the secular left is at it again—attacking Rep. Jim Lyons for holding a Christmas event at the State House. It would appear their constant preaching of tolerance doesn’t extend to those celebrating Christmas at the State House. We invite you to join us: Rep. Lyons Celebration of Christmas
Wednesday, December 20 at noon
Great Hall at…

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Thank You for Your Hard Work

It is with sadness that I share Tom’s email below. We wish to thank you all for your help with the signature drive, which unfortunately fell just short. We’ve been truly blessed to work with all of you on this project, and will update you regarding any next steps. Thank you again, and God bless you! Dear Pro-life friend: I…

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You Defeated the Left Last Night

You did it!! We want to extend our thanks to the hundreds of Coalition activists who contributed in some way to Dean Tran’s victory. Whether you distributed voter guides, knocked doors, stuffed envelopes or made a donation—it all made a difference and Dean won last night by just a few hundred votes out of over 15,000 cast. THANK YOU! Conservative…

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Nativity Scene Back on Beacon Hill

It began back in November of last year: Rep. Jim Lyons (who has lead the charge against the Bathroom Law, and in favor of Stopping Taxpayer Funding of Abortion), filed a request with the Speaker’s office to have a Celebration of Christmas on Beacon Hill, with a Nativity Scene. The Speakers’ office (which is in charge of building use requests),…

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Thankful for Your Response to this Attack

While people across our state are gathering for the Thanksgiving holiday, the leftists are out on the attack. Yesterday they called on our Governor to denounce state senate candidate Dean Tran, running in a special election for state senate in the Fitchburg/Leominster/Gardner district. Dean’s offense? In a debate he affirmed his opposition to men using women’s locker rooms and showers,…

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