As a lifelong North Shore resident who has been involved in my community (most recently getting elected to the Rockport Housing Authority), I want to be your next Register of Deeds for the Essex Southern District because I believe strongly in producing a government that serves you, the voter, tax payer, and homeowner. Unfortunately, the management of the Registry has…Read More »
Beacon Hill is gearing up for another election where they can keep the status quo intact, unless of course we can disrupt their plans. The only way we can do this is if we have strong conservative challengers in key legislative races, we need YOU! If you’ve ever wondered:
What’s it really like to be a state representative?
Editor: I have recently proposed a Barnstable County Home Rule Charter change regarding Term Limits. I formally propose that all elected Barnstable County officials be limited to serving three (3) consecutive terms in a position! Term limits would provide new people with innovative ideas to elected County office. Moreover, term limits will reduce the influence of special interests and extremist…Read More »
WOBURN — Keep MA Safe, the ballot question committee to repeal the Bathroom and Locker Room law, has named a new Chairman to lead its effort through the November election. Earlier this week, Deborah Dugan of Watertown replaced Chanel Prunier as the official chairman of the ballot question committee. “The Transgender Bathroom and Locker room law most negatively impacts women…Read More »
Keep MA Safe, the ballot question committee to repeal the Bathroom and Locker Room law, has released its first video in the campaign to educate the public about how the law works and its impact on sensitive private spaces accessed by the public. It features a little girl and a grown man in a restroom, while the child’s father must…Read More »
The Lexington Republican Town Committee held a valid delegate caucus on February 14. “Sore Loser John Kingston” is challenging our validly elected slate of delegates not because they were inappropriately elected, but because the Diehl campaign did a much better job of organizing in Lexington, and earned the majority of our delegates (15, with 2 for Lindstrom). The member raising…Read More »
SB 2296, the “Confidential Health Care” bill, has now passed in both houses and after it goes through conference, it will move to Governor Baker’s desk for his signature. We need your help convincing him to veto it. As we’ve written to you before, this is the legislation to encourage children and spouses to keep important health care decisions from…Read More »