Tag Archives: 2010 Special Election (MA)

Please help me understand

(Is the Scott Brown Coalition already dead? Interesting questions and concerns over the unhappy activist base and their relationship with the Baker/Tisei ticket. Where will they go? Do social cons really have anywhere to go this gubernatorial election? What about libertarians? Should they just throw their token support behind the gubernatorial nominee or focus on legislative races? Oh, and what…

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Who’s the “Party of the Rich” Now?

(edited to embed map. – promoted by Mike “DD4RP” Rossettie) The special election for U.S. Senate last week revealed some intriguing demographic trends in Massachusetts that present a unique opportunity for the state Republican Party. Take a look at this map showing margins of victory by town in last week’s election. Notably, Scott Brown generally performed better in exurban towns…

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The Onion Explains Brown’s Victory

The Onion takes a detailed look at why Massachusetts voters elected Scott Brown.    * Thrill-seeking Massachusetts residents had never seen a Republican in real life, let alone voted for one

   * Brown created 25 local jobs by keeping his pickup truck in tip-top shape

   * 95% of voters recalled a friendly classmate from some point in elementary…

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CLT Update – The stunning January Thaw – Revolution 2010 is launched in Massachusetts

CLT Update – The stunning January Thaw – Revolution 2010 is launched in Massachusetts

http://cltg.org/cltg/clt2010/1… “What an unbelievable week for Massachusetts — for America! “Who’d have ever thought we’d elect a Republican as our United States Senator in our lifetime — who’d have ever thought we’d elect a Republican to fill the late Ted Kennedy’s seat of all things? …”…

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Dear Joe Kennedy, Please Run For Secretary Of State

Dear Joe, Congratulations on a well run campaign. You brought forth issues that many conservatives can get behind.  One of the issues that you brought up continuously was transparency.  We at Red Mass Group are very interested in Government Transparency.  We have been frustrated at times with the roadblocks that information gatekeepers throw up at every turn.  The Secretary of…

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