Monthly Archives: June 2010

Governors Race Polling

The Boston Globe released a poll on the Governor’s race a couple of days ago, and it showed a couple of interesting variables. Patrick led the poll, as he has done consistently, by 7 points over Charlie Baker 38-31. The … Continue reading

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The President on Financial Reform

The President spent his weekly address dealing with the financial reform package that has just moved forward in Congress. He has spoken forcefully on this matter before, and he is looking for a bill to be on his desk by … Continue reading

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Priscilla Diaz Wins June S.O.A.R. Award

Priscilla has been selected for this award because she has been an inspiration since she first arrived to Methuen High School as a Junior just 21 months ago. Priscilla left her mother, other family members and friends, and her country … Continue reading

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Harry Reid On the Ropes in Nevada

Majority Leader Harry Reid has the Republican opponent he had hoped for in Tea Party favorite Sharron Angle in Nevada, but still trails her by 11 points in the latest Rasmussen survey. Reid is already up on the air, slamming … Continue reading

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Patrick Lead Narrows

Rasmussen has released a new survey on the Massachusetts Governors race, with Deval Patrick leading Charlie Baker by seven points, 41-34%. Tim Cahill continues to place third, with 16%, which appears to be where he is stuck in the last … Continue reading

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New Cahill (Internet) Ad

Tim Cahill, still suffering from lagging poll numbers, took to the Internet with a new ad this week. Cahill has switched media consultants again, with Tad Devine leaving the campaign and Democratic media guru David Heller coming on board. The … Continue reading

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President Obama Calls for Senate Action

The President calls for Senate action on extended unemployment benefits, calling out Republicans for blocking action on this and other items. An attack on Republicans, but certainly not whip up the base rhetoric.

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