Author Archives: Rob "EaBo Clipper" Eno

Fattman Campaign Manager Nominated for National Local Campaign Manager of the Year Pollie

Jordanne Anderson, former Fattman for Senate campaign manager, has been nominated for the prestigious American Association of Political Consultants’ 2015 Pollie Award for Local Campaign Manager of the Year.  Anderson, at just 22-years-old, steered the campaign of Rep. Ryan Fattman (R-Webster) to a landslide 56% to 44% victory over 44-year incumbent politician, Sen. Richard Moore (D- Uxbridge). Considered the “Oscars…

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Baker Administration Enacts Three Month Regulatory Pause

Today, the Baker Adminstration announced that the Governor has instituted a three month pause on all new regulations as a first step to ridding the state of job killing regulations.  In a press release the administration stated: Governor Charlie Baker today announced a 90-day pause on all new regulations to allow for the Administration’s long-term goal of streamlining unnecessarily burdensome…

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Baker Upholds First Promise Releases $100M in Chapter 90 Local Aid

Governor Charlie Baker today, in one of his first actions in office, directed Acting Secretary of Transportation and Chief Executive Officer Frank DePaola and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) to follow through on the Baker-Polito administration’s commitment to release immediately $100 million in Chapter 90 transportation funds critical to job creation, public safety and economic growth. “I am pleased…

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Baker Gives Inaugural Speech

 Today, Governor Charlie Baker delivers his inaugural address to a joint session of the Massachusetts state legislature.  Remarks as prepared for delivery: “Mr. President and Members of the Senate, Mr. Speaker and Members of the House of Representatives, Lieutenant Governor Polito and Members of the Governor’s Council and the Cabinet, Chief Justice Gants and Members of the Judiciary, Former Massachusetts…

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Chris Christie, Please Stay Home

Numerous media outlets are reporting that Chris Christie is coming to Massachusetts tomorrow for the inauguration of Charlie Baker.  He should just stay home. The Governor of New Jersey is an ethical train wreck that would be more at home in the legislature of Massachusetts than chumming around with a governor-elect that pledged to change the way business is done…

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