Tag Archives: Republican State Committee

Answers to Questions for Boston RCC State Committee Candidates Event 1/31

In preparation for the Boston Republican City Committee’s event for state committee candidates on January 31st, the organizers sent around a brief set of questions. I’ve posted my answers below. If you’re interested in attending the event on the 31st, it’s going to take place at the Park Street School (67 Brimmer Street) in Boston, from 6:30 until (I assume)…

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Cowett Announces Run for GOP State Committee

Michael Cowett has announced that he will be a candidate for Republican State Committeeman in the Middlesex and Suffolk state senatorial district, which includes all of Chelsea and Everett as well as the following sections of Cambridge and Boston: Cambridge: Ward 1 all, precinct 1 of ward 2, ward 3 all, precinct 2 of ward 4, and all of wards…

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Open invitation to Steve Aylwards Campaign Kick Off

Tuesday January 17th   from 6:00PM till—

Conley’s Pub, 164 Belmont St, Watertown,MA

Click here for direction: http://www.conleyspub.com/Dire… Come on out and help Steve Aylward Kick Off his campaign for Republican State Committeeman for 2nd Suffolk and Middlesex (Watertown, Belmont, Brighton, Back Bay, and the Fenway).

Steve wants to re-energize the Massachusetts Republican Party from the grass roots up. He…

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Another GOP Episode Of Missed Opportunities

Last night inside the Charles River West conference room of the Newton Marriott, the Massachusetts Republican State Committee ignored the candidacy of fellow State Committeeman Bill McCarthy & by secret ballot re-elected Chairwoman Jennifer Nassour to another two-year term by a wide margin. Nassour received 50 votes, McCarthy obtained 16, two voters abstained, & one voter cast a write-in vote.…

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Unfinished Business

( – promoted by garrett3000) At the last Massachusetts Republican State Committee meeting held at the Boxboro Holiday Inn last January, one innocuous agenda item was the scheduled vote by the assembled committee persons to approve the results of three (3) separate GOP caucus results. The caucuses were held to fill the vacancies which existed at the time in all…

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