The first step to rebuilding will require new sources of information. Conservative talk radio in Boston cannot be allowed to set the agenda or strategy for political candidates. It cannot be an unchallenged filter for political information. Howie Carr needs to retool his act. It’s clear from the data that the “fake Indian” meme hurt Scott Brown. The Senator should…Read More »
It’s been a busy summer and I’m a little late to getting around to this, but back in July, candidates for Congress filed their campaign finance reports with the FEC. It’s a good opportunity to take a look at how the races are shaping up for Congress in Massachusetts.
I posted a similar entry back in April about how the…
The Patriot Ledger is reporting that State Representative Daniel Webster is going to get a challenger in the GOP Primary in September. The challenger is Karen Barry, a Republican from Duxbury, who is both the daughter of Fmr. State Rep Charles Mann (R-Hanson) and Dan Webster’s former campaign manager. It appears she is trying to replace Webster before his legal…Read More »
RMG News Part I — Out West
Part II — Worcester County
Part III — Merrimack Valley
Part IV — North Shore
Part V – Metro West
Part VI – Greater Boston
Part VII – Bristol & Norfolk Counties We’ve criss-crossed the state looking at competitive races this election season, and we’ve uncovered some real pickup oppurtunities for…
RMG News this week will be touring the state’s electoral landscape, from the very top of the ticket to the very local, giving you a one stop shop for all your election needs. From Lenox to Dorchester, from Salisbury to Provincetown, we’re going to have you covered race by race in the march to November. Today, we will be starting…Read More »
By John McKenna, RMG News As of Wednesday night, the Republicans and conservatives of Brighton now have their own ward committee up and running, just in time for the fall elections. Anybody interested should “like” the Ward 22 Committee facebook page for the latest events and news for all Brighton residents and general conservative enthusaists.…Read More »
a) The Sample/Specimen Ballot posted outside the polling place for voters.
Why is the Elections Division http://mass.gov/sec of the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts so difficult to get the Sample/Specimen ballot poster from by email before voting?… in case local elections commissions haven’t made the Sample/Specimen Ballot poster available by email or online, on the web. b) Printer of…