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Will early primaries help 3rd party candidates?

I heard someone (Michael Graham radio 96.9) comment this morning about the possibility of the earlier primaries and caucuses helping the third party candidates.  With SC moving up to mid January – do you think voters will be burnt out of the campaign by the time next summer rolls around? Is this a perfect opportunity to have a third party…

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MASSACHUSETTS Straw Poll!

As far as I know, there hasn’t been another straw poll held here in Mass.  One was held at the Black Rock Country Club in Hingham, sponsored by the GOP-8, a group of eight South Shore towns (pretty much all that RED area on the RMG logo).  Also, Charlie Baker spoke about health care for about a half hour, and…

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The Massachusetts Republican Presidential Primary is Proportional

I just got back from the Massachusetts Republican State Committee quarterly Meeting. And believe it or not there was actually some action and a floor fight. The floor fight centered around whether or not Massachusetts Republicans would send their delegates on a winner take all slate or have proportional representation. The committee that drafted the rules for selecting delegates to…

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Kerry Faces Primary Challenge For US Senate Seat

(I already pointed this out here [http://redmassgroup.com/showDiary.do?diaryId=295], but it is worth repeating. – promoted by Cool Cal) At last! A Democrat is so disgusted with US Senator John Kerry that he has decided to run against the state’s junior senator in next year’s Democrat primary. Ed O’Reilly’s odds of winning are slim but if he turns out to be a…

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DIS-Information, Please!

So Hillary’s top aides are urging her to skip the Iowa caucuses, for more substantive primaries down the road. Riiiiigggghhhhttt….. And then – when she loses – why, it’s just because she didn’t even try! It’s enough to make you feel bad for Howard Obama. Link to story is HERE

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