Baker needs to apologize!

It is clear that Team Baker spent at least $1 million to try to defeat fellow Republicans. He did not end up purging the Party! I don’t know how any loyal Republican could support what he did. That money should have been used to win the 3 special elections. Last night we lost Leah Cole’s seat. She did not get…

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On Tuesday, March 1 Vote David D’Arcangelo for State Committee

I am pleased to write in support of David D’Arcangelo for Republican state committeeman. As an at-large City Councilor in Malden, David has demonstrated his ability to lead and represent his constituents in a way that aligns with the Republican Party principles of limited but effective government and individual initiative. David may be one of the few individuals with a…

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Donald Trump for President

Every political campaign and every political candidate is to some degree a stool sitting on three legs: character, knowledge and policy. What kind of person is the candidate, what abilities does he or she bring to the office, and what are the policy positions which the candidate takes? I have had some very good and thoughtful conservative friends (I won’t…

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Janet Leombruno for State Committee

There seems to be a storm raging in Massachusetts. Charlie versus the grassroots. Red on red. Allow me to opt out of the battle. My sympathies are divided. That said there is one person I can recommend to the Republicans of Massachusetts and especially those in Framingham and surrounding areas and that is Janet Leombruno. Janet is running for reelection…

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Priorities

Our party is supposed to be focused on defeating Democrats.
Over the past two weeks, our mailboxes have been flooded with mail paid for by Governor Charlie Baker. He is supporting a team to oust the workers of the GOP—the same people who passed the repeal of automatic gas tax hikes. His team includes a Democrat, a male stripper and…

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What is the Republican State Committee?

The Republican State Committee is comprised of 40 men and 40 women elected every four years on the presidential primary ballot. They serve as a board of directors for the state Republican Party. They elect Party officers (Chairman, Treasurer), enter contracts for the party (for things like renting office space) and support candidates. They form committees that oversee the rules…

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Baker is Burning down the GOP (fundraising) House

Baker decision to run state employees in an attempt to gain dictatorial style control of the MA GOP State committee would effectively burn down the ability of the state committee to raise money. Here is MassLive.com on the subject. Scott Brinch is running for a seat on the Massachusetts Republican State Committee, the governing body of the state party, with…

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