April 2012 Dear Friend: During my tenure as Governor of Massachusetts I had to make many important decisions. I am writing now to ask that you join with me by making another important decision for our Commonwealth. Throughout my years of public service our Commonwealth enjoyed tremendous triumphs, which included the landmark Education Reform Act, creation of tens of thousands…Read More »
I am honored to have the support of Governor Paul Cellucci, I hope you too will support our campaign to bring a new direction to Washington.
With the tremendous challenges that we face as a country, I’m as grateful as ever to be an American and I’m sure that you feel that way, too. With all the…
(Dean Cavarretta, GOP Candidate for State Senate in the Middlesex & Worcester District talks about job creation in Metrowest, and get’s an interesting response in the comments from… the Patrick Administration. – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) It was announced earlier this week that Gov. Patrick will be leading a MA Trade Mission to booming Brazil in December.…Read More »
(The following statement has been released by Governor Cellucci through Gray Media. My wife Jan and I confirm that I have been diagnosed with a slow case of ALS, Lou Gehrig’s disease. I am under the care of a world-class physician, Dr. Robert H. Brown Jr., Chair of Neurology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and the University of…Read More »
Yesterday the Eric Dahlberg committee announced that former Governor and Ambassador to Canada A. Paul Cellucci, Jr. has joined his campaign as Honorary co-Chairman. Governor Cellucci joins Honorary Chair Lucile “Cile” Hicks, who represented the Third Middlesex District in the State Senate from 1990 to 1996. Dahlberg is running for the Third Middlesex District State Senate seat. Also in the…Read More »
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),…Read More »
Starting this week I’m going to recap our top weekly original content. Without further ado here it is. DD4RP conducted a two part interview with Karyn Polito (R-Shrewsbury). Part 1 Part 2 DD4RP: You have successfully passed two major pieces of legislation on Beacon Hill: creating charitable license plates and tougher sex offender laws (Jessica’s Law) to protect young children.…Read More »