Tag Archives: Scott Brown

The Bay State’s Political Regions- Breaking Down Massachusetts’ 2012 US Senate Election Results

(This is a MUST READ. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) This was crossposted from RedRacingHorses.com, an elections blog that really appreciates the work you guys do here at RMG!

Here’s the Boston Red Sox’s theme song by quite the Massachusetts band, the Dropkick Murphys.

My favorite Scott Brown ad, and the absolute turning point of his 2010 campaign.…

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Senators are supposed to live in Washington

Scott Brown and Ed Markey seem to be mixed up about what house they serve in. Representatives are expected to stay closely in touch with their local constituents and serve their concerns first, while Senators are expected to put their state’s interests aside and serve the national interests. Senators aren’t supposed to be on the plane every weekend. Markey has…

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New article: What qualifications are advantageous for MA U.S. Senate candidates?

(Interesting look. Good Blog – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) A new article on my Mass. Numbers blog: http://massnumbers.blogspot.co… What qualifications are advantageous for MA U.S. Senate candidates?

A history of open Senate races in Massachusetts since 1926 Senator John Kerry has been nominated by President Obama to succeed Hillary Rodham Clinton as the next U.S. Secretary of State…

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Appoint Brown as the interim senator!

This is a no brainer. He’s already got the office and staff and the pension and health plan, so just have him hang out down there for a few more months. It will cost us millions of dollars to give someone else a Senator’s pension and health plan – we are still paying what’s his name that filled in when…

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Dean Cavaretta: It is Time for a New Mass Playbook

24 months ago, some of us involved in senior positions on the various 2010 statewide campaigns launched our website: www.NewMassPlaybook.com   Our collaboration was a sincere attempt at self-examination and determination to try and run MA Republican campaigns differently and more effectively, after all the votes were cast in the Gubernatorial Election Cycle. Now in 2012, maybe we needed to…

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