Tag Archives: Massachusetts

Voter demographics

Does any one know (I’m sure someone here does)how to find out what the demographic break down of Mass. is regarding democrats, republicans, unaffiliated etc. and where they’re located ? Thanks in advance your help is greatly appreciated.…

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Tempest In A Teapot

Let me begin by saying that I wish no disrespect to the Republican candidates for U.S. Senate or their passionate followers. That being said, I shake my head in disappointment as I see all the passionate supporters beating each other over the head about Beatty versus Ogonowski. My reaction is that YOU ARE ALL MISSING THE POINT! The focus of…

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A defeat for Deval

She was always ahead, but Hillary Clinton got some satisfaction (and spin) in beating back the Patrick-Kennedy-Kerry celebrity endorsement. She’s entitled to gloat a bit. Her campaign released the following statement.
“Despite the fact that Senators Ted Kennedy and John Kerry were actively supporting and campaigning for Obama, Hillary Clinton won the state. Despite the fact that the Governor of…

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Report from the field, a Wakefield precinct

For what it’s worth here is a report from my home precinct, Precinct 2, Wakefield. At approximately 7:30 this evening, 932 voters cast ballots. No breakdown on party ballot information was available. Using some stats from the 2006 election, I see that this precinct had 2143 registered voters. That election saw a 57.62 percent turnout. That means that turnout this…

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It’s a race in the Bay State…

For many years, Massachusetts activists have taken trips to New Hampshire to work in the presidential primary.  With New Hampshire over, the nomination contests are still anybody’s game. With Iowans choosing Illnois Senator Barack Obama and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, and tonight, New Hampshire voters choosing New York Senator Hillary Clinton and Arizona Senator John McCain, this race is…

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Why Massachusetts is dominated by leftist Democrats

There are things actually enviable about being a liberal. Perhaps the most advantageous is the fact that they can say almost anything about anyone, in any tone and not cause a reaction out of many people who fall instantly to ‘victim’ status when a conservative offers a parallel statement. I’m not sure that there are enough of us who know…

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The “Fairness” Doctrine

While liberals seem to thrive in the print press and telvision studios, conservatives counter with domination of the live talk radio airwaves.
Knowing what we know of the liberal media bias thanks to a poll taken by journalists for journalists(85% vote for Democrats more often than for Republicans), it is safe to assume the hiring practices are due to ideology.…

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Dark Blue

(Looks Like Keller has a winner here. Don’t forget to buy your copy through the RMG Amazon store! – promoted by EaBo Clipper) I’m surprised they haven’t tried to key Jon Keller’s car yet. Apparently, Massachusetts’ liberal blogosphere is none too thrilled with the Boston political analyst’s new book The Bluest State: How Democrats Created the Massachusetts Blueprint for American…

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Background Noise

( – promoted by Cool Cal) Is fear an artificial barrier preventing potential Republican candidates from running for major offices in Massachusetts? Despite the relatively small number of Republicans in this state, there’s no real reason why there shouldn’t be a sizable group of potential challengers for John Kerry’s seat in 2008 (not to mention Deval Patrick’s seat in 2010).…

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