Yesterday at the monthly Twin City Tea Party event Mary Z Connaughton (affectionately known around here as Mary Z) former candidate for State Auditor spoke about her work at the Pioneer institute. After her speech Connaughton took questions from the audience for quite a while fielding inquiries on topics on spending and judicial conduct to … Continue reading “You don’t cut the pie into smaller pieces you make a bigger pie”
Mary Z Connaughton has won the auditor race in the GOP primary in Massachusetts, she joined the Axis of Fedora in Aug: Christine O'Donnell has just won in Delaware when just a few weeks ago it was unthinkable. She joined the Axis of Fedora in July Coincidence? I think not! The solution. It is highly … Continue reading The Axis of Fedora wins!
Lots of interesting races but for me there are three that stand out for me. Two of them are statewide: State Auditor features two spectacular candidates Mary Z. Connaughton and Kamal Jain are both seeking the auditor's office. Mary has the experience as a CPA, Kamal has some spectacular ideas and experience as an efficiency … Continue reading Primary Election day in Massachusetts
I seem to be running into Mary a lot lately She did very well in the Plymouth County GOP straw poll.
Today WCRN radio broadcast from the Mall at Whitney field this afternoon (or as anyone who actually lives in Fitchburg or Leominster know it as Searstown). The featured guests were Mary Connaughton Candidate for Auditor and Ed McGrath candidate for the 2nd Middlesex and Norfolk district who appeared with John Weston talking about their candidacies. … Continue reading WCRN in Leominster today today
I talked to Mary Connaughton who attended Monday's Charlie Baker event When she told me that there had never been an auditor in the office of auditor I was thunderstruck.
My latest column for the examiner is up an excerpt: ...with the April meeting pending; organizer Justin Brooks started contacting democrats either in office or running for office. He left messages or talked to a half dozen different candidates eager to get another perspective, without success. Most office holders and candidates never got back to … Continue reading My Latest Examiner Column: Massachusetts Democrats missing the (tea) Party
On Monday Night the Twin City Tea Party had its latest meeting. This month's meeting was was shorter and more direct. Last month over 80 people showed forcing the use of the upstairs room. This month the topography was a bit different. There was a general seating area where people who just wanted to hear … Continue reading Twin City Tea Party report 2 4-26-10