Tag Archives: Tom Wesley

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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Senator Brown’s Endorsement

I want to thank Senator Scott Brown for endorsing this campaign in the 2nd Congressional District against Richard Neal.     I will fight to stop the growth of the federal government and will promote liberty as your next Congressman.  We need better jobs and less taxes – I will join Senator Brown in his efforts to restore the…

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Why do you want to Repeal Richard Neal?

Why do you want to Repeal Richard Neal? Over entire campaign, I have stated time and time again some of the reason why Richard Neal does not deserve another term in Congress. I have also shared with you my vision for bringing new ideas to Washington. Now, I want you to let me know why you think Richard Neal should…

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5 Town Hall Style Debates

My campaign team requested five town hall style debates with Congressman Richard Neal. Unfortunately for the voters of the 2nd Congressional District, they will not see their 22 year incumbent defend his record in 5 town hall debates. Richard Neal has not had an opponent in 14 years. The voters of the 2nd District deserve to hear from their 22…

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Richard Neal’s Filthy Five – #5 Cap-and-Trade

RMG Friends, Today, I began a five-part series on Richard Neal’s worst votes of the last two years. This week, I talk about his support of cap-and-trade. Best,



STARTS WITH HIS SUPPORT OF CAP-AND-TRADE HOPEDALE/Monday, September 27, 2010 –  Over the next five weeks, Tom Wesley will remind voters of Richard Neal’s abysmal…

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That is  the number of write-in votes Jim McKenna received to become our Attorney General candidate last week. That’s 27,711 votes gathered in 51 days (ok, 54 for me, I knew ahead of time). For everyone that participated, from already active campaigns, to independents and yes, gasp, Democrats. It is time to change Beacon Hill. I have seen the 5th…

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