Tag Archives: Special Elections

The Constitution Party Stands Squarely Behind Thomas Fallon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Constitution Party Stands Squarely Behind Thomas Fallon Contact:  Kevin Thompson, Constitution Party State Secretary

               secretary@cpoma.org

               (978) 877-5703 December 10, 2007 BROCKTON   On Tuesday, December 11, the voters of Massachusetts will again have the opportunity to make history.  For far too long…

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The Endorsements Keep Rolling in for Constitution Party Candidate Thomas Fallon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Endorsements Keep Rolling in for Constitution Party Candidate Thomas Fallon Contact:  Thomas Fallon

                Fallonforfreedom07@gmail.com

                (617) 462-6587 December 9, 2007 BURLINGTON   In the wake of two other key endorsements for Constitution Party State Senate Candidate Thomas Fallon, one more conservative…

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Another Endorsement for Constitution Party Candidate Thomas Fallon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Another Endorsement for Constitution Party Candidate Thomas Fallon Contact:  Thomas Fallon

         fallonforfreedom07@gmail.com

         (617) 462-6587 December 8, 2007 BURLINGTON   As Tuesday’s election draws near, more and more people are waking up to the fact that Thomas Fallon is the only choice for pro-family voters.  On Saturday, Tom received the…

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Beltway Boys Argue over Ogo!

( – promoted by Patrick) It appears our own Jim Ogonowski is becoming a national metaphor for immigration issues. On the recent airing of the Fox News pundit show, Beltway Boys’, Mort Kondrake and Fred Barnes argues over the significance of our recent special election. Mort – a McCainiac – admitted the POWER of the illegal immigration issue, but said…

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I’m taking the 5th

( – promoted by Patrick) As a keyboard activist sitting on the sidelines, I don’t have to recover emotionally or physically from yesterday’s Special Election in the 5th Congressional District, giving me the luxury of punditizing (is that a word?) early about the race.  EaBo was right when he said this was an uphill, but still very winnable, seat for…

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Remembrance of Things Past

Yes, nostalgia helped Niki Tsongas win Tuesday’s Fifth Congressional District race against Jim Ogonowski–but so what? Look, nostalgia may not be a “legitimate” reason to vote for a candidate, but it is a reality, and people shouldn’t gripe when it results in political outcomes they don’t like. Sometimes nostalgia works in your favor: after all, nostalgia is one of the…

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