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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Charlie Baker makes the Vote Core Values wall of shame

Why, it’s His Excellency the Guvnah Charlie the Boss Baker! Yes, the “likable” Charlie Baker has now joined the ranks of infamous thugs, like longtime Chicago Mayor, Richard Daley. Backstabbing the very activists that helped elect him in 2014, Boss Baker has recruited a plethora of political toadies, many of whom hold Baker political patronage positions, to now run for…

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Transparency and accountability rejected by many State Committee members

On 11 November 2015 just prior to the 18 November meeting of the State Committee, I posted the proposed Bylaws amendments that the State Committee would be taking up. The amendments were being taken up because of the process by which the Executive Committee voted to award the Chairman a $90,000 salary. The important issues include the following: the Executive…

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The Mass GOP, Sanctuary Cities, and the Rest of the Story

On 18 November 2015, the Massachusetts State Committee adopted a resolution condemning Sanctuary Cities. At a time when sanctuary cities are being debated in the Congress, the Legislature, and on the Republican nomination stage, this was an important statement for the Mass GOP to make. The State Committee adopted the resolution unanimously, but not before two resolving paragraphs were struck…

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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

For 15 long months in 2013 and 2014, I worked side by side my good friend Marty Lamb as we worked to successfully repeal inflation-linked gasoline taxes. More important than repealing the tax increase was that we were able to destroy the concept of inflation-linked taxation.  Be assured that had the Democrats been able to link this tax, or any…

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Reject The MA-GOP Establishment on March 1st

The same people who told us it was Bob Dole’s turn, John McCain’s turn, and who told us we can’t repeal Obamacare simply cannot resist their wicked ways.  Their latest foray is thinking that they can tell us how to vote for the very people we elect to represent us to the Party.  Our Establishment is spending hundreds of thousands…

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Lamb Pledges People First

LAMB PLEDGES PEOPLE FIRST Lamb Will Refuse State Job Holliston, MA …Today Marty Lamb, candidate for Republican State Committee, announced that he will put the people first and will not be compromised by seeking a job or an appointment with the administration. “Serving on the Republican State Committee should be about building the GOP, not a resume,” said Lamb. “I…

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