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MassGOP Meets in 2014: Bustling and Bedlam in the Back Bay

The Massachusetts Republican Party held it’s State Convention this past Saturday at Boston University’s Agannis Arena, mobilizing the party’s small, but devout, membership for the upcoming state elections. 1,475 more words


#MAGOP14 Thoughts: the Fisher Lawsuit

Breaking this morning: Gubernatorial hopeful Mark Fisher is meeting with lawyers to discuss suing the party over Saturday’s vote.

From a legal perspective, it’s a non-starter: courts are (thankfully) very loathe to interfere with the judgement of state political parties.  286 more words


Massachusetts GOP Convention 2014: First of (Many?) Posts

Yesterday, I participated in the Massachusetts Republican State Convention as a delegate from my town.  The only contested state race was for Governor (although there will be a primary for U.S. 230 more words


Buono a Nulla.

Questo pezzo di Mark Fisher sulla depressione e le politiche della depressione mi è piaciuto così tanto che – facendo uno strappo alla regola – l’ho tradotto e l’ho ripubblicato qui su queste pagine. 1,385 more words

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Keller @ Large: Tea Party Challenger Provides Suspense For GOP Convention

BOSTON (CBS) – Sixth District candidate Richard Tisei, who is seen as the party’s best hope to win a congressional seat this fall, says he won’t be attending the convention in protest of socially conservative language in the party platform. 431 more words



On March 4th the Democratic Primary voters of the 16th Suffolk State Representative District chose Revere’s Roselee Vincent to be their nominee. Observers commenting on her primary victory seem to assume that it’s election. 765 more words


Keller @ Large: Gubernatorial Candidate Mark Fisher

BOSTON (CBS) — The upcoming race for Massachusetts governor was one of the topics GOP candidate for governor Mark Fisher talked about Sunday as he sat down with Jon Keller. 90 more words