Tag Archives: Scott Brown

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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New Hampshire – Can I Propose a Trade?

New Hampshire GOP, could we here in Massachusetts propose a trade?  We will offer you our best player, the star of our team, to help you win back a Senatorial seat, but we need something in return.  We Republicans here in Massachusetts have been watching our donations and efforts go to your state for years, and we can ill afford…

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MassGOP Files Ethics Complaint Against Warren Chief of Staff

Today, I signed and filed a formal complaint, on behalf of the Massachusetts Republican Party, with the Senate Ethics Committee against Elizabeth Warren’s Chief of Staff Mindy Myers seeking an immediate investigation into potentially illegal partisan fundraising email sent by Mindy Myers while acting in her capacity as a Senate employee. On Friday, September 27, 2013 at 1:35 PM, Mindy…

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