Tag Archives: Sandi Martinez

Sandi Martinez Opens Campaign Office, earns endorsement of Prop 2 ½ pioneer, Ed King

Chelmsford – With an enthusiastic overflow crowd looking on, Sandi Martinez cut the ribbon officially opening the Martinez for State Senate Campaign HQ in Chelmsford on Friday evening.  The standing room only crowd heard words of leadership from Ed King, one of the founders of CLT who talked about Sandi’s unwavering support for the people of the district and her…

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Jim Rappaport endorses Sandi Martinez for State Senate

and serves as Honorary Campaign Co-Chair Businessman, and former Chairman of the Massachusetts Republican Party, Jim Rappaport, has endorsed Sandi Martinez in the race for the Third Middlesex Senate seat.   “The Commonwealth is buried in debt, our taxes and regulations are overwhelming us, and out of control spending is going to break us,” said Rappaport.  He continued: “Now, more…

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Lexington 2nd Revolution Tea Party Rally on the Historic Battle Green!


SUNDAY, JULY 25TH, 1:00 TO 3:00 PM Rally to Celebrate America’s Founding, Liberty and a Call to Take Back Our Country The historic Battle Green of Lexington, Massachusetts will host the Lexington 2nd Revolution Tea Party rally.  Please join us as we celebrate America’s founding and the freedom…

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Martinez Earns Endorsements of national heroes

Concord – On a beautiful Tuesday morning (June 29, 2010), at picturesque Minuteman Historical Park, and with the legendary Old North Bridge serving as a backdrop, Sandi Martinez, candidate for State Senate from the Third Middlesex District, gave tribute to Americas Veterans. It was the first of Sandi Martinez’s district-wide town-hall forums, and it was focused on veteran’s issues.  There…

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Sandi Martinez Applauds today’s SCOTUS Decision on the McDonald 2nd Amendment Case

Sandi Martinez, candidate for State Senate in the Third Middlesex District, voiced strong support for today’s Supreme Court decision that pushed the ‘stop’ button on efforts to restrict our right to defend our families. The Supreme Court says the Constitution’s “right to keep and bear arms” applies nationwide as a restraint on the ability of government to limit its application.…

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