Tag Archives: Jim Ogonowski

Can McCain Win Massachusetts?

( – promoted by Cool Cal) An exciting poll released yesterday by WBZ/SurveyUSA shows Barack Obama with a virtually insignificant 48-46% lead over John McCain in Massachusetts http://www.surveyusa.com/clien…

Hillary Clinton led McCain 56-41% http://www.surveyusa.com/clien… This led to an interesting article on RealClearPolitics.com by Anil Adyanthaya, a Newton lawyer and occasional contributor to RCP: Can a Republican presidential candidate win Massachusetts?…

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Ogonowski for Senate Releases FEC Report

Jim Ogonowski’s report is now available at http://query.nictusa.com/cgi-b… Hopefully, an electronic report is coming soon, but I did notice Paul Avella’s name on the list at first glance. It would be interesting to see how many prominent Republican activists, candidates, and office holders, donated to Ogonowski compared to Beatty. Also, it is noteworthy that Ogonowski’s treasurer and presumably his chief…

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The American Spectator: Cup of Jim

Cup of Jim

By W. James Antle III

Published 4/15/2008 12:09:16 AM Jim Ogonowski is on a coffee shop tour of Massachusetts, which might explain his caffeinated exuberance. He rattles off a list of towns he has visited recently and says, “Everywhere I go, people are tired of the status quo in Washington, D.C.” In a Boston accent, he complains…

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Lowell Sun: Reports Financials of Senate Race

Update: Lowell Sun story now online. Ogonowski, the Dracut farmer and retired Air National Guard lieutenant colonel who unsuccessfully challenged Rep. Niki Tsongas for Congress last fall, filed his first campaign finance report with the Federal Election Commission yesterday. His campaign reported hauling in more than $307,000 since January, and has $186,962 on hand to spend. Though he estimates it…

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MassGOP Federal Fundraising Reports Open Thread

(Beatty and Ogonowski’s reports probably will not be on-line until Friday.  With the Senate races you file by snail mail with the secretary of the senate’s office.  They then forward to the FEC which scans the documents and makes them available as PDFs. They just have to be postmarked today. – promoted by EaBo Clipper) Well, tomorrow’s the big day.…

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