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Senior Center to Host Special Arlington Republican Meeting

The Arlington Senior Center at 27 Maple Street will host the next meeting of the Arlington Republican Town Committee at 7:30pm on Tuesday, March 23, 2010.   This meeting will focus on the April 10th town election. Special guests include Selectman candidate Maria Romano and School Committee candidate Kurt Fusaris. As always, all are welcome, but all Republicans, independents, and…

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Earl Sholley Continues to Impress

As the race to replace Barney Frank begins to take shape, the only candidate that has impressed me so far is Earl Sholley from Norfolk, MA. Unlike many voters in the country, when I evaluate a candidate I start with his ideology and Earl is a rock solid conservative who looks at the world the way a traditional conservative is…

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Don’t Ignore Barney Frank’s Ideology

It’s time for all voters on election day to consider the ideology of a candidate when casting their vote. With a large independent constituency in Massachusetts for example, it’s not uncommon to hear a voter say “I vote for a candidate and not a political party.” Well whoopy-do! That sure sounds nice doesn’t it? In fact it makes me feel…

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1st Regional Republican Town Committee Meeting is a Major Success

With a capacity, standing room only crowd of over 60, the Arlington GOP hosted the first-ever Regional Republican Town Committee Meeting at the Arlington Public Safety Building on January 4, 2010. This gathering brought together, for the first time, five local community republican committees, including Belmont, Billerica, Cambridge, and Medford, and hosted activists from a myriad of other local towns.…

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The Code Red Rally in DC

I imagine that many of you heard about the Code Red Rally against the Senate health care bill that took place in DC this past Tuesday (whatever is actually IN it – we’re all unsure at this point). I drove down to DC with Congressional candidate Bill Hudak and some of our fantastic volunteers Monday night – and early Tuesday…

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Did you think the Democrats have taxed everything possible yet? Think again.

Did you think the Democrats have taxed everything possible yet?  Think again:



Pittsburgh Sets Vote on Adding Tax on Tuition http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12… Not only is Scott Brown’s no new tax pledge important to vote against the many tax increases being planned and promoted in Washington, it is important to stop the new taxes that Democrats are cooking up throughout the country.…

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