Tag Archives: Bill Galvin

Where are the debates?

Maybe you have noticed, or maybe you haven’t, that debates are a rare beast. I was reminded of this after seeing a tweet from our candidate for Secretary of State as he plead with Janet Wu for the opportunity to debate Bill Galvin. Why must our candidates prostrate themselves in supplication before listless media mandarins? The Boston Herald has…

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BILL HANDS DAVE A BILL FOR $5,300

BILL HANDS DAVE A BILL FOR $5,300

Instead of Providing Answers on Spending, Galvin Gives D’Arcangelo a Bill for $5,300 MALDEN, MA – Jun. 19, 2013 – Secretary of State Bill Galvin wants his GOP opponent to cough up $5,300 in order to gain access to public records detailing the cost to taxpayers incurred by Galvin to produce and air…

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Dave D’Arcangelo Set To Announce for Secretary of the Commonwealth

Republican Malden City Councilor David D’Arcangelo is planning on announcing for Secretary of the Comomnwealth today, according to an email Red Mass Group received last evening from Dean Cavaretta, who is working on his campaign.  D’Arcangelo’s website is live. It is time to modernize the Secretary of State’s office and expand its role in bringing transparency to state and local…

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State Police Defy Bill Galvin’s Order Regarding Tim Murray’s Car Because the Public is Too Ignorant

The Secretary of State’s office has ordered the Massachusetts State Police to turn over the data from Tim Murray’s black box to the Boston Herald.  According to the paper the State Police are refusing to do so.  They cite that a lay person is too ignorant to understand the data. While it doesn’t record location or distance traveled, it does…

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Amid Perjury Allegations, MassGOP Asks Galvin to Run 6th Worcester Special, & for Daost to Recuse

Amid the shocking revelations in today’s Worcester Telegram & Gazette, that Southbridge Town Clerk, Madeline Daost is alleged to have committed perjury during the Alicea – Durant trial, the Massachusetts Republican Party has formally called on the Secretary of State William F. Galvin to oversee the May 10, 2011 special election.  In a press release just obtained the GOP…

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