Yesterday, Shawn Dooley (R-Norfolk) was sworn in as a Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Below is a video of the swearing in and of Representative Dooley’s maiden speech. Congrats Shawn. …Read More »
“How can you squander even one more day not taking advantage of the greatest shifts of our generation? How dare you settle for less when the world has made it so easy for you to be remarkable?” – Seth Godin, Best Selling Author There is a paucity of socialness among the Members of the Massachusetts House of Representatives. In an…Read More »
I had the opportunity to speak with Rep. Jones about this briefly at last week’s MassGOP Christmas Party. http://www.politickerma.com/je… House Minority Leader Brad Jones announced Monday that his caucus will launch a blog in January that will allow House Republicans to “skip the middle man” of the media and communicate their message directly to the public. The blog, entitled “The…Read More »
Republicans may make or break House speaker vote
By Hillary Chabot
Monday, May 12, 2008 – Updated 6h ago The Bay State’s few Republican lawmakers, mocked for their dwindling membership and influence, may have the last laugh if they emerge as power brokers with a decisive block of votes for the next speaker of the House. Representatives from both Rep.…
(Amazing! We scared one of em away! Very impressive Mr. Avella, VERY IMPRESSIVE. Now we need to see who Pangy has gotten to run. – promoted by EaBo Clipper) Reported in today’s Lowell Sun. Big opportunity for Paul Avella of Littleton. State Rep. Geoffrey Hall announced Tuesday he is not seeking re-election for another term to represent the 2nd…Read More »
I’m sorry to post the entire article but I don’t think the Wakefield Daily Item keeps posts up for long. Clark doesn’t do herself any favors by trying on a “new school” suit. Hutchinson seems like he held his own — stressing his local ties against the blow-in Clark, a tool of outside the district interests such as labor unions.…Read More »
Can the GOP hold this seat? Is there a successor in place? Will Western Mass be bereft of any Republican legislators? What happen to Brian Lees seat?
BOSTON-Longtime Republican state Rep. Mary Rogeness has announced that she won’t seek re-election this year.
more stories like this The nine-term lawmaker represents Longmeadow, Hampden, Monson, and portions of East Longmeadow and Springfield.…