Tag Archives: Lew Evangelidis

Hope in New Bedford. City Settles With Disenfranchised Voters

(But Simple J. Malarkey said there was no there there.  The City has settled a civil rights lawsuit regarding voting irregularities in the 2010 GOP primary for Attorney General. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Under the leadership of Mayor Jonathan F. Mitchell, the City of New Bedford has taken steps to correct profound difficulties that became evident at…

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Don Humason is a Solid Conservative

Sources are telling Red Mass Group that Mike Franco has decided to run in the special election to fill Mike Knapik’s former seat.  The reason seems to be that Don Humason is the “establishment” pick for the senate seat.  While the establishment may be lining up behind Humason, in no way is he an establishment pick.   Part of the…

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Thank you Scott Brown, and thank you Team Brown.

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) September 2009 was pretty bleak.  The likelihood of anyone from our party making the upcoming special election competitive was small, the chances of winning were dismal.  But Scott Brown stepped into the breach – thanks to what he did and what Team Brown did – the people who tirelessly made calls and…

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More Endorsements For Jim McKenna for Attorney General

State Representative and Worcester Sheriff's Candidate, Lew Evangelidis, announced today that he has endorsed James McKenna for Attorney General in the September 14th Primary and November elections. Lew, a former Assistant District Attorney himself, said “Jim McKenna is the only candidate in this race that has the proven prosecutorial experience and expertise needed to tackle the issues of illegal immigration…

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MassGOP: Supply and Demand

Basic supply and demand economics teaches us that when a good or service is in short supply the cost (or value) of that good or service rises.  The same basic principle has applied to elected officials in the Massachusetts Republican Party over the past 4 years. Democratic State Representatives are far down on their totem pole.  Buried behind Senators, Governors,…

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