Tag Archives: Matt Elder

How Does One Spell Campaign Implosion? F E R R O

So Rick Green has only been a Registered Republican since 2011 (Source: Town of Pepperell residence listing). And Kirsten Hughes registered to vote as a Republican in Quincy in 1998 at the age of 22 (Source: Hughes Quincy voter registration card). Yet, Paul Ferro and Matt Elder in their zeal for Mr. Green, are going to lecture the Quincy City…

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Tax-a-HUGHES-etts?

(A Marlborough City Councilor asks a question of a chair candidate. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) With tax increases being gifted to Republican candidates to run against in 2014, how can the State GOP elect a chair who, as an elected official, voted for budgets that raise taxes in her city? As the member of the Marlborough City…

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Marlborough Councilor Matt Elder Restarts Secure Communities Fight

Based on recent developments City Councilor Matt Elder of Marlborough has restarted his quest for the City to enact Secure Communities. With a recent OUI arrest of an illegal immigrant living in Marborough, Ward 3 City Councilor Matt Elder is once again reaching out to public safety officials trying to enter the city into the safety program. “Recently you’ve seen…

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Marlborough Councilor Matt Elder Files Motion for City to Join Secure Communities

With Governor Patrick refusing to sign the Commonwealth up for Secure Communities, City Councilor Matt Elder (R) of Marlborough Massachusetts has filed an order with the council to enroll the city in the Secure Communities program.  “All this will do is make it mandatory that the Marlborough Police coordinate with federal agencies any fingerprinting data they receive when booking someone…

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Marlborough Councilor Matt Elder wants to scrap elected official’s pensions

Republican City Councilor Matt Elder of Marlborough, Massachusettts has filed a home rule petition to make Councilors ineligible for public pensions.  The MetroWest Daily News has the story. “It’s a ‘good government’ move,” said Elder, who did not sign up for the pension system when he was elected in 2009. “It will ultimately restore some faith in government.” Elder said…

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