Tag Archives: Republicans

Voter Registration Does Not (Have To) Matter

The voter registration in Massachusetts certainly appears daunting. With a three-to-one Democratic spread, and a whole bunch of independents going either way (usually to the left), and an ultimate low of 10% registered Republicans, the Massachusetts GOP has more than its work cut out for taking back Beacon Hill. Or does it? The year 2010 was a watershed year, certainly,…

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GOProud Founder No Longer a Republican

GOProud co-founder Jimmy LaSalvia announces that he announced on Tuesday that he is leaving the Republican party.   In a recent blog post Jimmy LaSalvia said  that he changed his voter registration to “no party”, because the Republican party had “lost its way”. LaSalvia said that he is now “an independent conservative”, which he said: “sounds much better than ‘gay…

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GOProud Founder No Longer a Republican

GOProud co-founder Jimmy LaSalvia announces that he announced on Tuesday that he is leaving the Republican party.   In a recent blog post Jimmy LaSalvia said  that he changed his voter registration to “no party”, because the Republican party had “lost its way”. LaSalvia said that he is now “an independent conservative”, which he said: “sounds much better than ‘gay…

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Gabriel Gomez backs Charlie Baker for Governor

From The Boston Globe Gabriel E. Gomez, the Republican nominee in the June 2013 special election for US Senate, endorsed Republican Charlie Baker for governor Monday night. Despite having given the maximum contribution allowed under state law, $500, to independent Jeffrey S. McCormick, who is seriously mulling a run for governor, Gomez said Baker was his choice for the Corner…

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Christie’s Bridge(Gate) to Nowhere: What About Obama?

Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono mentioned this scandal during one of her debates with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Arguing that because Fort Lee mayor Mark Sokolich refused to endorse the governor, she indicted Christie for  retaliating by tying up traffic at George Washington Bridge. Following his impressive reelection last year, Governor Christie was cruising into the national spotlight with…

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