Tag Archives: Don Humason

Hedlund lone Senate vote against DeLeo-Jones Budget

Yesterday, Jim Lyons (R-Andover) and Marc Lombardo (R-Billerica) outlined seven major reasons they voted against the DeLeo-Jones FY15 Budget.  They were two of seven representatives that did so. Later in the afternoon the Senate took up the budget bill.  Senator Bob Hedlund (R-Weymouth) was the only Senator to vote against the out of control spending legislation.  Voting for the legislation…

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Door Knock for Don Humason This Weekend

There are two weekends left before the special election to fill the State Senate seat vacated by Michael Knapik.  We have a chance to send a solid conservative to the state senate. Don Humason has stood with us, as conservatives, on many issues over the years.  He also saw in 2009 a need to change the direction of our legislative…

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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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Five Things: Humason Announces, 2nd Hampden and Hampshire #s, Techies Put Dems in Sights, & more.

Don Humason (R-Westfield) announces run for the 2nd Hampden and Hampshire Senate Seat On the heels of the announcement by Senator Mike Knapik (R-Westfield) that he is resigning, his former aide, Don Humason, has announced he is going to run for the seat.   MassLive.com has the story. Rep. Donald F. Humason said he definitely will be running to succeed…

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Thursday Debate and Post Debate Analysis

(Two debates ib two nights – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Please join Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance and the Western Massachusetts media consortium for a debate in Springfield on Thursday with the Republican candidates; Dan Winslow, Gabriel Gomez and Mike Sullivan. Following the debate, there will be a Post Debate Analysis open to the public.   Please join Massachusetts Fiscal…

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