Tag Archives: Special Elections

Don Humason is a Solid Conservative

Sources are telling Red Mass Group that Mike Franco has decided to run in the special election to fill Mike Knapik’s former seat.  The reason seems to be that Don Humason is the “establishment” pick for the senate seat.  While the establishment may be lining up behind Humason, in no way is he an establishment pick.   Part of the…

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5 Things: What do Paul Heroux and Dennis Rodman Have in Common? Grossman > Geraldo and more…

What do Paul Heroux (D-Attleboro) and Dennis Rodman Have in Common As much grief as these pages have given Paul Heroux over his vote to raise taxes.  The Democratic Representative for Attleboro just had a once in a lifetime experience.  He was able to go behind the bamboo curtain to North Korea as part of a Harvard Kennedy School learning…

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Addivinola, Stopa, or Tierney? Primary October 15th

(Tom Tierney is a perennial candidate that has been running for congress as either a Democrat or a Republican for 30 + years.  It’s time for him to go away. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Attention folks! We will have a primary on October 15th to pick who will replace Edward Markey in Congress: Frank Addivinola, Mike Stopa,…

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Western Mass Toll Hiker Aaron Vega to Run for Western Mass Senate Special

A little noticed part of the recently passed transportation finance bill is a provision reinstating, after 17 years, the tolls on the westernmost six exits of the Massachusetts Turnpike.  MassLive.com has the details. Drivers of passenger vehicles would begin paying tolls again on Oct. 15 between Exits 1 and 6 on the western end of the Massachusetts Turnpike, according…

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5 Things: Anti Casino Ballot Question, Western Special Date Set, Heroux Responds, and more

Coalition of Conservatives and Progressives Band to Stop Gambling A Coalition of pro-family and progressive groups have banded together to stop the state’s casino law.  Common enemies sure make strange bedfellows. A diverse coalition of public health, municipal, family and religious leaders along with concerned citizens from all walks of life submitted an Initiative Petition today to repeal the law…

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Play to Win

(Keiko knows special elections! – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) This year is turning out to be the year of special elections. We have already been through several big ones and are in the midst of several more. We have had some successes and some failures, but one thing is for sure. Our team needs to win special elections…

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