Tag Archives: David D’Arcangelo

BILL HANDS DAVE A BILL FOR $5,300

BILL HANDS DAVE A BILL FOR $5,300

Instead of Providing Answers on Spending, Galvin Gives D’Arcangelo a Bill for $5,300 MALDEN, MA – Jun. 19, 2013 – Secretary of State Bill Galvin wants his GOP opponent to cough up $5,300 in order to gain access to public records detailing the cost to taxpayers incurred by Galvin to produce and air…

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Dave D’Arcangelo Set To Announce for Secretary of the Commonwealth

Republican Malden City Councilor David D’Arcangelo is planning on announcing for Secretary of the Comomnwealth today, according to an email Red Mass Group received last evening from Dean Cavaretta, who is working on his campaign.  D’Arcangelo’s website is live. It is time to modernize the Secretary of State’s office and expand its role in bringing transparency to state and local…

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MassGOP Post Debate Thoughts

On Thursday night I attended the MassGOP Debate in Lexington. I thought each candidate did an excellent job in explaining their platform and views, and many of the concerns I had were allayed – as well as some of my hopes strengthened. I’ll start with some background on my perspective, then move into the candidates. My first experience with Republican…

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Summary of Proposals (To-Date) from Cavaretta and D’Arcangel​o

1/4/2013

Dear Fellow Activists: To-date, Malden City Councillor David D’Arcangelo and I have proposed all of the following that moderates, libertarians and social conservatives could rally around under our collective leadership.   Using our 30 years of combined MA political experience, we have offered to – 1. Re-organize our internal operations and work with the MA State Committee to meet…

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Cavaretta and D’Arcangelo: Proposed 2013 Organizational Structure

Dear MassGOP State Committee Members, Conservative Activists and (R) Elected Officials: As we speak with members, some conversations continue to be had regarding our projected 2013 Organizational Structure for the MassGOP. With that said, we would take the following steps to break new ground and lead with purpose and vision from February 1. Some significant “structural” changes we are proposing…

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