Johnny Appleseed DaTechGuy Interviews Frank Ardinger for State Rep & Gwen of Leominster GOP committee

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Johnny Appleseed DaTechGuy Interviews Frank Ardinger for State Rep & Gwen of Leominster GOP committee

While I was vol­un­teer­ing for WQPH at the Johnny Apple­seed Fes­ti­val in Leomin­ster MA I did sev­eral inter­views for the sta­tion but there were also some polit­i­cal peo­ple worth get­ting on cam­era which of course could not be asso­ci­ated with the station.

So I left the WQPH booth and went out into the fes­ti­val where I saw a tea party friend work­ing a pair of booths, one for national GOP can­di­date Don­ald Trump and one for Frank Ardinger run­ning for state rep in the 4th Worces­ter Dis­trict His web site is here.(Leomin­ster) who I inter­viewed here. (Full dis­clo­sure he is a sub­scriber to the web­site and has been for years.)

It turns out Gwen is now the chair of the Leomin­ster GOP committee.

Three things really jumped out at me, the first was the giant Lost in Space Robot which really got some atten­tion, The sec­ond was the list of events which indi­cate quite an out­reach for the GOP, but the big thing that jumped out was the fact that in the blue state of Mass­a­chu­setts the Ardinger booth was right next the Don­ald Trump one & shar­ing some staff while there was no booth for Hillary Clin­ton that I saw and if there was one I missed it cer­tainly wasn’t near the booth for Frank’s oppo­nent Natalie Hig­gins. That it had no Hillary signs any­where near it speaks vol­umes and all of it in Trump’s favor.

One more thing

You might won­der why I didn’t inter­view Natalie Hig­gins the upset win­ner of the Demo­c­rat pri­mary in the 4th Worces­ter dis­trict par­tic­u­larly as her booth was right across of the WQPH booth.

Nor­mally I would not have hes­i­tated to do so, but as Tom is both a friend and a long­time sub­scriber to the blog I didn’t want to put myself in a spot where I might find myself doing an unfair inter­view. That wouldn’t be fair to the read­ers nor to can­di­date Hig­gins, although I would have really liked to ask her why I didn’t see any Hillary but­tons in her group.


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While I was volunteering for WQPH at the Johnny Appleseed Festival in Leominster MA I did several interviews for the station but there were also some political people worth getting on camera which of course could not be associated with the station.

So I left the WQPH booth and went out into the festival where I saw a tea party friend working a pair of booths, one for national GOP candidate Donald Trump and one for Frank Ardinger running for state rep in the 4th Worcester District His web site is here.(Leominster) who I interviewed here. (Full disclosure he is a subscriber to the website and has been for years.)

It turns out Gwen is now the chair of the Leominster GOP committee.

Three things really jumped out at me, the first was the giant Lost in Space Robot which really got some attention, The second was the list of events which indicate quite an outreach for the GOP, but the big thing that jumped out was the fact that in the blue state of Massachusetts the Ardinger booth was right next the Donald Trump one & sharing some staff while there was no booth for Hillary Clinton that I saw and if there was one I missed it certainly wasn’t near the booth for Frank’s opponent Natalie Higgins. That it had no Hillary signs anywhere near it speaks volumes and all of it in Trump’s favor.

One more thing

You might wonder why I didn’t interview Natalie Higgins the upset winner of the Democrat primary in the 4th Worcester district particularly as her booth was right across of the WQPH booth.

Normally I would not have hesitated to do so, but as Tom is both a friend and a longtime subscriber to the blog I didn’t want to put myself in a spot where I might find myself doing an unfair interview. That wouldn’t be fair to the readers nor to candidate Higgins, although I would have really liked to ask her why I didn’t see any Hillary buttons in her group.


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