Tag Archives: corruption

MassGOP Media Alert: Rep. John Quinn At Center Of Mass Dems Illegal “Pay-To-Mail” Operation

This just in from the Mass GOP:

BOSTON – Today’s State House News Service reports that Sheriff Tom Hodgson’s opponent for Bristol County Sheriff, Rep. John Quinn, appears to have been illegally pumping money into the Massachusetts Democratic Party in order to get a discounted mail rate from the Party. Rep. John Quinn contributed more than $50,000 to the Massachusetts…

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Sick of Massachusetts Corruption – Vote for Jim McKenna

Are you sick of Corruption in Massachusetts?  Our Attorney General Martha Coakley ignores friends stuffing bribes down their underwear while grandstanding about craigslist and doubling the electric rates thru Cape Wind. It’s time to clean up our government. Write-In Jim McKenna for Attorney General on September 14th. Let’s finish what we started!  …

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Eminent Domain, Suffolk Downs, & The Speaker

Personally, I’m not opposed to some kind of legalized gambling in Massachusetts and would actually welcome a sports book.  I don’t think it a very good kind of economic development, but I feel that people should have a right to do what they want with their own money. However, I certainly don’t think that the Speaker of the House has…

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Legislative Leaders “Duped”by Registry Fee

Murray, Baddour, Wagner  Surprised By Fee – Which Had A Public Hearing Months Ago After two days of outrage and political posturing, Governor Deval Patrick has acquiesced and rescinded the unpopular $5 registry fee which went into effect on Monday, March 1.  While I do not shy away from criticizing this administration, he has at least stood up and admitted…

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In-depth opinion on Hedlund, Malone, Perry and the 10th Congressional seat w/ poll

( – promoted by Mike “DD4RP” Rossettie) Let’s get real here for a few minutes… Joe Malone comes with a TON of baggage (simply look into what happened at the lottery and the ensuing investigation).  His baggage doesn’t fit into the “Bold New Leadership” style campaign that got Scott Brown elected to the US Senate. Do we want our candidate…

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Bill Galvin: Election won’t be certified until February 20th but Tsongas sworn in after 2 days

The Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office has told the Boston Herald that the election will not be certified until February 20, 2009 because it is a federal election. Today, a spokesman for Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin, who is overseeing the election but did not respond to a call seeking comment, said certification of the Jan. 19 election by…

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