( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno)
As a friendly reminder Sean Bielat, candidate in the 4th Congressional District against Barney Frank will be on WRKO with Charley Manning today at 1pm.
Audio after the jump. Beware it self loads.
Watch this at WRKO
Massachusetts 4th congressional district has a PVI of D+14. It is the 76th most Democratic district in the nation, and the 3rd most Democratic district in Massachusetts. In 2008, Incumbent Barney Frank (D) defeated Earl Sholley (R) by a 68% to 25% margin. Independent candidate Susan Allen (U) received 7%. This year Frank is being challenged Sean DM. Bielat (R),…Read More »
This November we face a tough decision both nationally and locally; who do we, as fourth congressional constituents believe is best to represent our interests in Congress. For almost 30 years the same man Barney Frank has represented us. A native of Newton and someone who shares the cultural and intellectual background of almost all in Newton, Barney Frank is…Read More »
(I wish Sean Bielat the best of luck here in 2010 and hope he wins. – promoted by Mike “DD4RP” Rossettie) Since the Special Election in January, not much has been heard from Joe Kennedy despite conjecture that he would make a good candidate against either Martha Coakley or Bill Galvin. Well, after some some six months of inactivity, Joe…Read More »
What is happening to the Sean Bielat campaign in the 4th Congressional District? If you read his web page today he’s posted a press release that shreds Senator Scott Brown. Is that really what we should be doing as Republicans? Attacking the one state wide GOP leader we have? I remember voting for Ed Brooke. When we lost the seat…Read More »
Sean Bielat has released a statement regarding Scott Brown’s statement that he will vote for the Dodd Frank financial “reform” bill. As a candidate for U.S. Congress opposing Barney Frank and as a constituent, I am greatly disappointed in Senator Brown’s expressed support of the Dodd-Frank Bill. This bill has Barney Frank’s DNA — it sounds smart but doesn’t make…Read More »
With the Massachusetts Republican Primaries less than 100 days away, as I write this, I’m making it my mission in life, at least for the moment, to work towards selecting the candidate that I believe would be the wisest choice to replace Barney Frank, not only for the 4th Congressional District but for the entire nation. That person in my…Read More »