Tag Archives: Bob Maginn

MassGOP leadership demands swift action in developing “Jobs for Speakership” scandal

Leading Massachusetts Republicans have weighed in on the ever widening probation probe today.  After the Boston Globe reported yesterday that a federal grand jury is focusing on whether House Speaker traded jobs in the Probation Department for votes for his election to the Speakers chair, Massachusetts Republican Party Chairman Bob Maginn and Minority Leader Brad Jones both released statements. For…

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MassGOP State Committee Year End Update

I received this in my email inbox just a few minutes ago.  The only thing I’ve edited is 1 paragraph that I removed that discussed fundraising and I’d rather not wade into those waters in order to keep a clear line of demarcation as a public employee.  I’m sure someone can supplement that missing pargraph if they so choose to…

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Message from Frank McNamara’s Legislative Supporters: “Please Support Chairman Bob Maginn”

(Hear Hear! – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) I received this via email this morning from my State Committee colleague and State Representative Paul Adams. Dear State Committee members and Republican friends: After two months of spirited campaigning and exchanging of ideas during the race for CEO of the Massachusetts Republican Party, we are proud to support our new…

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MassGOP Chairman Bob Maginn’s Unity Speech

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) For those who weren’t in the room or are merely curious, here is what Bob Maginn’s remarks were after Wednesday’s election. Massachusetts Republican State Committee

Bob Maginn – Unity Speech

November 30, 2011 Thank you, everyone.  Thank you very much.  It is very humbling to be chosen by you, to serve as…

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Good morning Republicans.

(There will be press at the event tonight.  I truly hope that everyone, on both sides acts in a professional manner. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) By the end of today, we will have a new Chair of our party.  Both candidates – Frank McNamara and Bob Maginn – are of good character and committed to doing the…

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