Tag Archives: Scott Brown

Shaheen ahead of Brown in NH by 3 points; she should be ahead by more

A world of Mark Fisher voters is out there. Unbelievable. Nose to spite face. “In one of the most surprising results of the Suffolk-Herald poll, Shaheen is winning more than 40 percent of Republican primary voters who supported one of Brown’s GOP challengers. That indicates many conservatives and other GOP voters still hold some animosity against the former Massachusetts senator…

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Getting to 50.1%: Evaluating Massachusetts Republican Victory Coalitions

(Good analysis – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) This diary was cross-posted from Red Racing Horses. Introduction For the past half century, Massachusetts has been one of the country’s most reliably Democratic states. However, certain Republicans running there in the past 30 years have been able to break through the state’s traditional Republican ceiling and win the Bay State…

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Republicans Must Make The 2014 Midterm Elections “A National Referendum” On Obama’s Amnesty Plans

An article posted on Breitbart.com should be utilized as an important memo for all GOP candidates running this year for either the US Senate or the House of Representatives: make the 2014 midterm elections a national referendum on President Barack Obama‘s post-election scheme to provide amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants. James P. Pinkerton, a veteran of the Reagan White…

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Scott Brown Announcing in NH Today?

Signs are pointing to a Scott Brown announcement here today at the Northeast Republican Leadership Conference in Nashua NH.   For instance, take a look at his sponsor ad rolling on the screen. By coming soon, I think they mean 4:30 this afternoon.  When he is scheduled to speak. I will be updating you all day here at the Conference.…

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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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A SEAL doesn’t hide behind human shields.

This post is about the differences between Gabriel Gomez, Scott Brown, and Charlie Baker. During the phase Gomez was defending his “Klan” remarks about Christopher Pinto and Rob Eno (we’ll call it “the morning” to distinguish it from “the afternoon,” where he apologized for language, not content) he suggested the problem was with activists questioning whether he, Charlie Baker, and…

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