Tag Archives: Kurt Hayes

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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Karl Beckstein At CPAC

Karl Beckstein of the Suffolk University College Republicans made the trek to CPAC and said that he is happy to see Massachusetts finally getting some respect. “We’re like the VIPs of CPAC. People are thanking us and everybody loves Massachusetts,” he said. Beckstein was amazed by the long lines for to take their pictures with Scott Brown’s truck. “He is…

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Kurt Hayes for State Senate?

Now that the special election is over, is there any truth to the rumor that Kurt Hayes might run for the Jamie Eldridge Middlesex and Worcester Senate seat?  Steven Levy is running for State Rep in Marlborough and I don’t know of any other Republican challenger at this point.…

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Legislators for Sale

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) The 2008 elections were a series of heartbreaking losses for Republican candidates here in Massachusetts.  We had great candidates, open seats and winnable districts.  Unfortunately, 2008 was a wave year for the Democrats nationwide and our slate of candidates came up just shy in race after race. Another reason for the Democrats…

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Kurt Hayes for State Representative

Kurt Hayes is running for State Representative in the 37th Middlesex district in a rematch with freshman Representative Jen Benson.  According to her 2008 year end reports with OCPF Benson had $8,896.49 cash on hand with $12,000 in outstanding liabilities in the form of a candidate loan.  Kurt Hayes had $1,749.24 cash on hand following their election a year ago…

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MBCR/MBTA to clarify petition gathering rules to employees

The Massachusetts Bay Commuter Rail company, MBCR, is clarifying to its employees the rules on petition gathering and canvassing on MBTA trains. On Monday morning Boxborough resident Kurt Hayes, a former independent congressional candidate and Republican legislative candidate, went to collect signatures for Scott Brown’s U.S. Senate Campaign at the Lowell train station. In a departure from his previous experience,…

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At Shirley Forum Jen Benson Says She Supports Tuition Breaks for Illegals

After skipping out on a debate earlier this summer, Jen Benson is Met with Kurt Hayes at a forum in Shirley last night.  In it she expressed her support for tuition breaks for illegals. Mike Farquhar asked the candidates if they supported Gov. Deval Patrick’s proposal to provide tuition subsidies at state colleges for children of illegal immigrants. “What’s the…

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