On Saturday July 26, 2014, thousands of Massachusetts rallied against the governor’s proposal to house illegal immigrants in Massachusetts. Our friends at Catch of the Day Video News have raw video of the event. Candidates and Politicians in attendence included Gubernatorial candidate Mark Fisher, State Representatives Marc Lombardo, Geoff Diehl, Leah Cole, and Shaunna O’Connell among others. Where you there?…Read More »
( – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) I’ll start with a recap of the situation we’re all aware of. We’re being overrun by illegal aliens, and our government – both state and federal – is pushing them onto us as if it is the duty of Massachusetts or the United States to feed, clothe, and educate the entire planet via…Read More »
Rob Eno from RedMassGroup recently wrote about RMG’s new project that will score, going back ten years, every spending and debt vote taken by Republican Legislators. Scored will be Budget Bills, Supplemental Budget Bills, and bond bills. Votes scored will only be on the final bills, not amendments. Eno’s concern is that many conservative organizations focus only on opposing tax…Read More »
Today the Massachusetts Citizens for Life PAC endorsed Mark Fisher, calling him the most pro-life candidate in the race. For Immediate Release Statement by Madeline McComish, Chairman, MCFL State PAC, June 19, 2014, Boston “Today the MCFL State PAC announces its endorsement of Mark Fisher in his quest for Governor. “MCFL PAC believes that all…Read More »
What if our candidates got out early on this issue? What if Charlie and/or Mark use it to distinguish themselves from the Dems as supporters of the towns and suburbs and the working class over the cities and the elites of the Cambridge and Brookline?
FROM: Boston Globe
http://www.bostonglobe.com/bus… Mass. pipeline plan stirs hope and alarm
Natural gas flow…
According to the Boston Herald the Massachusetts Republican Executive Committee will meet Saturday, May 17, 2014 for the purposes of endorsing Charlie Baker.
As previously reported on Red Mass Group, Article 4, Section 7 of the MassGOP bylaws allows for the Executive Committee to endorse a candidate in a contested primary.
Section 7. Republican Primaries
Unless approved by two-thirds (2/3)…
Red Mass Group has learned that the Massachusetts Republican Party Executive Committee met this morning via a conference call. The meeting was in executive session, meaning that the deliberations will not be made public. However a party official has told Red Mass Group that Attorney Louis Ciavarra is expected to tell the court that Mark Fisher has been certified to…Read More »