This morning’s Herald has a great breakdown of yesterday’s Suffolk University poll. The rich detail from the marginals show that at-large City Councilor John Connolly is ahead by 7 points over state Representative Marty Walsh. Again, what’s a conservative or libertarian to do in this race? A detailed analysis would suggest that Connolly would reap the few Republican votes…Read More »
1. Taxes: Tax rates should be lowered to spur economic growth; tax reform yields more revenue. 2. Local Aid: Unrestricted Local Aid is under assault by the One Party, Beacon Hill Machine. As the Party who supports Local Control, Mass.(R) want to send tax dollars and decision making back to the schools and municipalities. 3. Strenuously push for an Open…Read More »
The SUPRC poll has Warren up by 7, outside the margin of error. Her favorable ratings are up and Senator Brown is losing a small portion of his advantage among independents. This is not January 2010. Overall, the Senator has run a decent campaign but the reality of a one-party state with little room for error is now apparent. An…Read More »
Chairman Torkildsen has begun making appointments to the permanent committees of the State Committee. Thank you to Public Relations Committee Chair and State Committeewoman Shari Worthington for providing the list of appointments:
Contact info for the chairs is included below. For more information, see the State Committee web page.
Matt Kinnaman of Lee, Chair
Christina Bain of…