Tag Archives: Kamal Jain

GOP Heavies Line Up Behind Maginn, but McNamara Calls It a “Dogfight”

By Michael Norton

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, NOV. 10, 2011…..In the race for Massachusetts Republican Party chair, businessman Bob Maginn is drawing support from a long and expanding list of high-profile backers, from U.S. Sen. Scott Brown to former Gov. Paul Cellucci, but a group of House Republican freshmen are pulling for Maginn’s opponent, former federal prosecutor…

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Lexington 2nd Revolution Tea Party Rally on the Historic Battle Green!

LEXINGTON 2ND REVOLUTION TEA PARTY RALLY ON THE HISTORIC LEXINGTON BATTLE GREEN

SUNDAY, JULY 25TH, 1:00 TO 3:00 PM Rally to Celebrate America’s Founding, Liberty and a Call to Take Back Our Country The historic Battle Green of Lexington, Massachusetts will host the Lexington 2nd Revolution Tea Party rally.  Please join us as we celebrate America’s founding and the freedom…

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Jain won’t spend more than $26,930,143,000 on primary election

Boston, MA — On Friday, June 4th, Kamal Jain, Republican candidate for State Auditor, filed his primary election spending limit, pledging not to spend more than $26,930,143,000 in his primary election campaign. $26,930,143,000 is the size of the official Fiscal Year 2010 Massachusetts state government budget.   “27 billion is the size of this year’s state budget, but state spending…

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State Auditor Open Thread w/ Poll

(This is probably the only interesting statewide GOP primary. Mary Z. is clearly the front runner but Kamal Jain is a legit candidate and will make a run for it. Both great candidates.   – promoted by Garrett Quinn) Mary Z. Connaughton



Nobody doesn’t like Mary Z.  Front runner Mary Z. Connaughton is exactly what Republicans look for in a…

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2010 Candidate Profiles

This list will be updated as new profiles are created. Jim Stanton State Representative, 12th Norfolk.

Steven Levy State Representative, 4th Middlesex.

Brad Marston State Representative, 8th Suffolk.

Steve Adam State Representative, 2nd Franklin.

Kurt Hayes State Representative, 37th Middlesex.

Kara Fratto State Representative, 30th Middlesex.

Paul Avella State Representative, 2nd Middlesex.

Shaunna O’Connell State Representative, 3rd Bristol.

Kevin Kuros

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