During my time in Lancaster PA last week I didn't really have any time to go anywhere or do much of anything as I was constantly doing interviews (the last 11 of them are still uploading as I type this) except for dinner with DaWife in the evenings. On the day we drove back however … Continue reading Another Reason to leave Massachusetts for Pennsylvania: Abnormal vs Normal
A few days ago when writing about Charlie Baker's attempts to eliminate conservatives from the Massachusetts Republican Committee and noted that his mailer on the GOP state committee didn't mention the special election for State Rep on the same day where the GOP has a chance to pick up a seat with a strong pro-life … Continue reading Charlie Baker Coming to Fitchburg for Dean Tran Feb 27.
In my coverage of the Fitchburg July 4th Parade I had the chance to interview Congresswoman Nikki Tsongas as she marched. In addition to her answer on the Swatting letter (she knew nothing about it) there was some news made concerning Obamacare DaTechGuy: The president's healthcare plan has been upheld as constitutional will you be … Continue reading Nikki Tsongas D (ma-3) will NOT be running away from Obamacare
I attended the Twin City Tea Party Christmas Party on Wednesday. Justin Brooks the outgoing president and candidate for State Rep was honored by the group: Near the end of the party I talked to him about his candidacy: Brooks has built a solid record as a Tea Party leader, it remains to e seen … Continue reading Justin Brooks at the Twin City Tea Party Christmas Party
State Senator Jen Flanagan (D) and State Rep Kim Ferguson (R) spoke at the twin City Tea Party tonight at the Border Bar and Grille to talk about Redistricting. They spoke mainly about the process and spoke a lot about the Federal requirements concerning majority minority districts. They answered a fair amount of questions and … Continue reading State Senator Jen Flanagan and Rep Kim Ferguson at the Twin City Tea Party 11-28-11
As Roxeanne pointed out yesterday Peter Durant won YET AGAIN in the Worcester 6th district this time by practically a landslide, 56 votes! If I was a more cynical man I'd say this was the the deciding factor: With observers from the U.S. Department of Justice in Southbridge looking to ensure the integrity of the … Continue reading Peter Durant the final drop of the big red wave
One of the questions that was asked at the time of the Democratic Revolt in Wisconsin was why are the left and the Unions going all in? After all Wisconsin is a traditionally blue state and if the Republicans went too far wouldn't Democrats be swept back into power and easily roll back any "extreme" … Continue reading As Wisconsin goes so goes…Massachusetts?
You might recall the Worcester 6th race, the shenanigans we talked about concerning recounts, the judge ruling that a man who claimed his vote wasn't counted could vote after the fact to tie the election, the Democratic legislature instead of having a new head to head election allowing independents to cut down on the GOP … Continue reading Worcester 6th and Blatant democratic fraud
Well it took a lot of lawyers, cracked and broken election boxes, and some interesting handling of ballots during a recount but the Democratic machine managed to get the result they were looking for: A Worcester Superior Court judge is ordering a new election for a contested Massachusetts House seat after ruling the November contest … Continue reading The Democratic Machine still works Durant’s victory voided
Yesterday we had the video of the State Senate candidates, today we have the candidates for State rep for the 37th Middlesex District at the tea party candidate forum. Jen Benson is the Democrat in her first term: She made the case against term limits, and she pointed to the federal mandates in what we … Continue reading Jen Benson and Kurt Hayes at the Tea Party forum