Tag Archives: Frank McNamara

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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Do Any RMGers Care That Bob Maginn Violated Campaign Finance Law?

Watching the Bob Maginn vs. Frank McNamara race for MassGOP Chair has been interesting.  What’s been more interesting has been watching RMGers response to Maginn’s violations of Republican orthodoxy.  Maginn maxed out to Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer?  No big deal.  Maginn’s wife is sympathetic to the Occupy movement (the same movement that the MassGOP is currently attacking Elizabeth Warren for…

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In The Interest Of Fairness

   I feel the need to post.

  Today, I received correspondence about Bob MaGinn expressing his regrets to MARA honcho Linda Rapoza, explaining his inability to attend the MARA debate yesterday, Sunday, 11/13. The correspondence is dated 11/9.

  I guess my question is this:

  Why did MARA keep this a secret?

  I wasted my perfectly beutiful…

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Endorsement of Bob Maginn.

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) I stand with Bob Maginn in the race for the Republican Party Chair.  He is a man of integrity, intelligence, and experience, and has a plan that will move our party far forward.  Bob’s perspective, which includes understanding gained from having run statewide himself, his ability to put together the resources our…

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GOP Heavies Line Up Behind Maginn, but McNamara Calls It a “Dogfight”

By Michael Norton

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, NOV. 10, 2011…..In the race for Massachusetts Republican Party chair, businessman Bob Maginn is drawing support from a long and expanding list of high-profile backers, from U.S. Sen. Scott Brown to former Gov. Paul Cellucci, but a group of House Republican freshmen are pulling for Maginn’s opponent, former federal prosecutor…

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