In a show of what a great Auditor Suzanne Bump will be for Massachusetts, she is still running Facebook ads. Wouldn’t it have been smart to have put a “hard” stop to these ads at 8PM last night? If this is the way she wastes her own money, just imagine how she’ll allow waste of ours. Great job Massachusetts!!…Read More »
Mary Z is going to be an excellent State Auditor. Bump is toast, The Herald: Gov. Deval Patrick’s former labor secretary Suzanne Bump – who’s vying to be state auditor – defended her hiring of a paroled killer who served 24 years for the Satanic cult slaying of a young hooker, hailing the ex-con’s turnaround as a “success story.” “I…Read More »
( – promoted by Mike “DD4RP” Rossettie) One of the most important races coming up this year is the one for state auditor — not because it’s a close race, not because it’s Republicans’ best shot at winning a statewide constitutional office in over a decade, but because of the power of the position. Even if Charlie Baker wins, we’ll…Read More »
Since we critically commented on the Mary Connoughton-Suzanne Bump on NECN, I hope everyone saw the debate on Keller-at-Large this morning. Mary was terrific, she answered every question, even going out of her way to say “thank you for that question” at one point! And she LOOKS like a real auditor, makes a very strong case for herself.
(Formatting edited. Video Brought to the top of post. – promoted by Mike “DD4RP” Rossettie) Today, the Republican and Democratic nominees for Massachusetts state Auditor – Mary Connaughton and Suzanne Bump, respectively – squared off on NECN’s Broadside with Jim Braude. The video is embedded below the fold for your viewing pleasure. Take a watch and rate her performance. I’d…Read More »
UPDATE: This is not former State Representative Bump’s first ethical lapse or quid pro quo situation. The Ethics Committee fined her $600 for the appearance of quid pro quo with the insurance industry. Nice homework Deval. When the Globe ran the Deval Patrick sympathy story this weekend, there was speculation on these pages that the Globe had a new…Read More »