Tag Archives: Sean Bielat

Go Massachusetts Republicans, Go!

The proliferation of prospects pursuing the Massachusetts Republican Party’s nomination for the special senate election is positive for the GOP and good news for the commonwealth. Several rising candidates could do more for the party than one exhausted and vulnerable Scott Brown.

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What experience counts?

In response to Professor Cunningham’s post yesterday, someone asked via tweet, “Didn’t Joe Kennedy III just prove that name and $$$ are more important than experience?”  Well it does rather depend on how one defines “experience” and that usually depends on where one stands politically.

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The 4th District Forums

Professor Ubertaccio joined Emily Rooney and Adam Reilly on WGBH’s Greater Boston to discuss the congressional forums for the candidates in the new 4th District hosted by the Martin Institute at Stonehill College.

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The 4th Congressional District Forum

 The Martin Institute at Stonehill will be hosting a two primary election forums for the candidates in the 4th congressional district.

The August 14 forum will begin at 6:00 with Democratic candidates Rachel Brown, Joe Kennedy, and Herb Robinson.

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JPKIII takes the lead

Last November I asked if there was enough Kennedy clout left in Massachusetts to boost the prospects of Joseph P. Kennedy III.  I asked if folks should dust off the Kennedy for Congress signs.  Recent polling suggests yes.  Most emphatically yes.

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Scott Brown Can Win

Sean Bielat returns to Massachusetts, Scott Brown is about to formally launch his reelection effort, Paul Cellucci endorses Richard Tisei, and Mitt Romney is poised to secure his party’s presidential nomination.  Not a bad week for the state’s minority party. 

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