Tune in here for Election Results as they become available. If you have results of municipal races involving GOP candidates please share them. The Union Machine has won in Boston. Marty Walsh is the next Mayor of Boston. Don Humason has won Agawam 61%-39% with about 5900 votes. – MassLive.com is reporting that Humason is winning by about 2-1. Holyoke…Read More »
(Gabe Gomez, Charlie Baker also won in these numbers. In 2010 Brown won close to 100 districts. I’ve been preaching this for three years. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Like so many others, I’ve taken for granted that the Democrats have an overwhelming majority in the statehouse, and I looked at the state legislature as a lost…Read More »
There were two astute observations about the recent special election between Democrat Ed Markey & Republican Gabriel Gomez. The first one comes from Outraged Liberal at the left-of-center blog Massachusetts Liberal: Gomez’s loss to a lackluster Markey in a low turnout election is not the worst GOP setback in state history. That would probably belong to Richard Tisei, a far…Read More »
Lawrence (73.8% Hispanic, according to the 2010 census) gave Gomez 27%.
Lowell (17.27% Hispanic, according to the 2010 census) gave Gomez 42%. Lawrence gave Scott Brown 34% in 2010.
Lowell gave Scott Brown 52% in 2010. In Lawrence, Scott Brown’s percentage was 26% higher than Gomez’.
In Lowell, Scott Brown’s percentage was 24% higher than Gomez’. Conclusion: Gomez didn’t help…
With 75% of the vote in, Ed Markey (D) holds a slight lead over Gabriel Gomez (R). An analysis by Red Mass Group of the votes currently in, and those remaining show that there is not a path to victory for Gomez. Red Mass Group is calling the race for Ed Markey.…Read More »
In a surprising twist, the early numbers are showing a 51% to 49% with 29% of the vote in. More updates to come. 8:51 46% 51% markey vs Gomez 49% As you look at the town by town results on Boston.com vs the 2010 numbers at the Secretary of State’s website. Gomez is underperforming Brown town by town. …Read More »
You build a house… one brick at a time. Yesterday, we moved 2 steps forward in rebuilding our Republican Party in this state. There will be much Monday morning Quarterbacking on what occurred and what could have been done differently… but at the end of the day… There are 3 Important Lessons… #1) It simply came down to who had…Read More »