Tag Archives: Jennifer Nassour

congradulations Chairman Jennifer Nassour

Hi Miss Nassour my name is Brian Sheil aka neocon77 Its great to have you as our new chair.

I am active in the boston young republicans.

I think there is still a great market for republican ideas and solutions in our state.

This state can be turned around with republican principals.


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Nassour hits ground running, slams Gov. Patrick on Taxes & Spending.

Good to see Madam Chairwoman coming out swinging on Day One! Massachusetts Republican Party Chair Jennifer Nassour made the

following statement today in response to Governor Patrick’s proposed

budget cuts and increased taxes: MassGOP Chair Jennifer Nassour said, “Governor Patrick ran on the platform of reform, but instead he’s giving

Massachusetts families tax increases that will strangle the economy and…

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Nassour New GOP Chair

( – promoted by EaBo Clipper) GOP State Committeewoman Jennifer Nassour won her bid last night (1-27-09) to become the new chair of the Massachusetts Republican Party. The results were as follows: Jennifer Nassour (49) – Joe Manzoli (15) – Mike Franco (2) Over 200 people (including 66 members of the Republican State Committee) crammed the standing-room-only conference room in…

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Letter from Jennifer Nassour for Massachusetts Republican Party Chair

( – promoted by DD4RP)      Here is a letter that I received through the USPS from Jennifer Nassour, candidate for MassGOP Chair.  Hopefully, I haven’t made too many typos in trying to recreate the letter for everyone else to see.


for Massachusetts Republican Party Chair

P.O. Box 290408 Charlestown, MA 02129 January…

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Nassour Shines At Chelmsford GOP Forum

The Chelmsford Republican Town Committee (CRTC) hosted a forum last night (1-20-09) for the candidates running for the position of chair for the Massachusetts Republican Party. Over 85 people crammed the Chelmsford Police Training Center seminar room as they listened to Mike Franco, Joe Manzoli, & Jennifer Nassour discus their respective candidacies. The forum & the follow-up Q&A lasted less…

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