Tag Archives: Ryan Fattman

Fattman says Patrick should consult with legislature on illegal alien housing request from Obama

Today, Ryan Fattman (R-Webster) is circulating a resolution to his House and Senate colleagues.  The letter asks Governor Deval Patrick to deny President Obama’s request to house, clothe, provide services to, and feed illegal immigrants in Massachusetts, until he consults with and gets the approval of the legislature.  Here is his press release: STATE REPRESENTATIVE CALLS ON GOVERNOR TO DENY…

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Globe Columnist Offers Praise for Those Who Voted Against the Budget

It is amazing what standing on principle will do.  In yesterday’s Boston Globe conservative columnist Jeff Jacoby praised the eight Republicans who voted against the budget. BY VOTES so lopsided they were practically unanimous, 144-7 in the House and 38-1 in the Senate, the Massachusetts Legislature last week approved a $36.5 billion budget for fiscal 2015, the largest in state…

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Bipartisan Group of Legislators Sign on to Free Justina Resolution

A bipartisan group of legislators has signed onto a resolution calling for the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families to release Justina Pelletier to her family. Yesterday Massachusetts State Representatives Marc Lombardo (R-Billerica) and James Lyons (R-Andover) circulated a resolution to their colleagues.  The Resolution called for the Department of Children and Families to release Justina Pelletier to the care…

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Joe McKenna Announces for Ryan Fattman’s Seat

With Ryan Fattman (R-Webster) challengine Dick Moore (D-Uxbridge) for the State Senate, the race to replace him is shaping up.  Webster Republican Joe McKenna this morning announced for the seat.  McKenna is currently Representative Peter Durant’s (R-Spencer)legislative aide.  His announcement appeared on his website this morning. Welcome to my new web site!   My name is Joe McKenna and I’m…

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The State of Republican House Members Fundraising in 2013

Last week Red Mass Group looked at which Masachusetts Republican State Representatives had the most cash on hand.  Today we’ll look at who raised the most cash in 2013.  Based on records from the Office of Campaign and Political finance the average raised by incumbent Republican State Representatives was $21,236 and the median was $15,680. Leading fundraising by GOP incumbents…

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Jones, Fattman lead incumbent GOP Reps in Fundraising

A review of campaign finance reports filed with the Office of Campaign and Political Finance shows that Minority Leader Brad Jones (R-Reading) and Ryan Fattman(R-Webster) lead all incumbent Republican Representatives in fundraising.  Jones and Fattman are both above $100,000 in cash on hand to begin the 2014 election season.  The average cash on hand for GOP Representatives is $25,634, but…

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Massachusetts GOP: Do Not Despair

The Massachusetts GOP rejected the national Republican party platform last year. The National Conferences should have amended its plank on abortion a long time ago. This wise move must be repeated throughout the fifty states. The GOP “1%” has been dictating to the states and the local races too much. The Republican Party does not need a resurgence of ”Lincoln…

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