Tag Archives: Bill Hudak

MassGOP Building Farm Team for 2010 & Future Success

This is from the AP but surprisingly enough it ran in my local daily, the Standard-Times. BOSTON – Scott Brown’s surprise Senate win last month gave Massachusetts Republicans a shot of political adrenalin, and party leaders are scrambling to prove the victory was no fluke. One of their biggest hurdles is the recruitment of a farm team of GOP candidates…

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Who Runs Gov: Hudak faked Brown endorsement

According to the Washington Post’s WhoRunsGov.com Plumline blog Bill Hudak “faked” the Scott Brown endorsement. This is just crazy. Newly-minted Senator Scott Brown is  catching a bunch of heat for supposedly endorsing a whacky Republican birther candidate for Congress who compared Obama to Osama Bin Laden. Now, though, the Brown camp is claiming that the GOP birther candidate may have…

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Hudak Home Suffers Fire, Smoke Damage

I just got this press release in my inbox and wanted to share it with my RMG.  Congressional candidate Bill Hudak & his family suffered a Christmas-time tragedy as fire, smoke & water has ravaged his home.  The house is expected to be uninhabitable for some time. A couple of photos were included in the email but I am not…

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The Code Red Rally in DC

I imagine that many of you heard about the Code Red Rally against the Senate health care bill that took place in DC this past Tuesday (whatever is actually IN it – we’re all unsure at this point). I drove down to DC with Congressional candidate Bill Hudak and some of our fantastic volunteers Monday night – and early Tuesday…

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Bill Hudak out raises John Tierney!



Donate to Bill Hudak for Congress! According the the Federal Election Commission Republican Bill Hudak has out raised Democrat Congressman John Tierney in the race for Massachusetts 6th Congressional District.  During the third quarter of 2009 Bill Hudak raised $153,881 compared to John Tierney’s $153,470. Massachusetts 6th Congressional district was formerly represented by Peter Torkildsen from 1993 to 1997.  It…

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