Tag Archives: Eric Fehrnstrom

So, Um, Nothing Here About Eric Fehrnstrom and “CrazyKhazei”?

Earlier in the week, Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno spewed out not one not two but three front-page posts breathlessly exclaiming that he unearthed diabolical secrets about an organization that was not remotely secretive.  “It was Wisconsin Democrats behind Bobblehead Brown!!!!”  “No, wait, it was the SEIU behind Bobblehead Brown!!!!”  David Bernstein of the Boston Phoenix rightfully mocked Eno because you…

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Beacon Hill Blame Game

When I left as governor, we had almost $3 billion in the Rainy Day Fund and things were going quite well in Massachusetts,” Cellucci said. “Yes, we had 16 years of Republican governors but also 16 years of an overwhelmingly Democratic Legislature. To try and put the blame on any one party doesn’t seem too productive.” Sen. Scott Brown (R-Wrentham),…

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Mass. debt will do us in

Add to that a pension crisis By Eric Fehrnstrom

The Boston Herald – Monday, January 19, 2009 Recent headlines from Massachusetts tell a depressing tale – “Jobless numbers increase,” “State revenues plummet.” The time is ripe for bold leadership on the economy and budget. I tuned in to Gov. Deval Patrick’s State of the State speech last week expecting a…

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The case of the vanishing GOP voter

The case of the vanishing GOP voter

By Eric Fehrnstrom

The Boston Globe – December 17, 2008 An organization beset by declining market share is in need of radical restructuring. Meanwhile, it’s desperately looking for someone, anyone, to bail it out of its current predicament. One of the Detroit automakers? No, the national Republican Party. Continued…

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Mitt Romney aides start agency

By Thomas Grillo

Boston Herald – Saturday, December 13, 2008 Three of former Gov. Mitt Romney’s staff have started a political consulting agency that will launch next year. Eric Fehrnstrom, Peter Flaherty and Beth Myers have filed with the Secretary of State William Galvin’s office to form the Shawmut Group. The Lexington-based firm will provide political consulting, issues management and…

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Ups and downs of a digital-age campaign

By Eric Fehrnstrom

The Boston Globe – November 8, 2008 EARLY ON, I had a feeling the 2008 election was going to be different. As we prepared for the launch of Mitt Romney’s national campaign, we looked to clean up his biographical entry on Wikipedia, the popular online encyclopedia edited by its users. Notoriously unreliable, it would serve as the…

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