Monthly Archives: September 2010

Maybe the Best Campaign Video Ever

Here we have Republican candidate for Governor of New York Carl Palladino in a major dust up with journalist Fred Dicker. Palladino was objecting to coverage that included references to his ten year old daughter, the result of an admitted … Continue reading

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Treasurers Debate

Democrat Steve Grossman and Republican Karen Polito mixed it up with Jim Braude today in what Braude called a “real debate”. Major disagreements on Polito’s recent holding up of the $400 million supplemental budget, her call for no pensions for … Continue reading

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Baddour on New Texting Ban

Senator Steve Baddour talks with VB about the texting ban set to go into effect on October 1. Nice guest appearance by Matt Fitzgerald, showing up with pies from Mann’s that actually stayed in the box this time. http://www.myfoxboston.com/video/videoplayer.swf?dppversion=4350

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The New Niki Tsongas Ad

Niki Tsongas is up with her second TV spot in the Fifth Congressional race. What do you think? I will be doing post debate commentary, along with Republican Michael Sullivan, on October 18th at Mann’s Orchard in Methuen as Congresswoman … Continue reading

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The State Auditors Race

Jim Braude had Mary Z Connaughton and Suzanne Bump on for a debate yesterday, and it got a little testy. I am sort of shocked at what I consider a real poor performance by Connaughton, who just refused to answer … Continue reading

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Suffolk PA Poll Results

Suffolk pollster David Paleologos has just reported out poll results in two key races in PA. The U.S. Senate race has garnered the most attention, with Arlen Specter first driven out of the Republican Party by the candidacy of Pat … Continue reading

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Cuomo In New York (Tea)Fight

Andrew Cuomo, seemingly sailing towards an easy victory in the New York Governor race, has bumped into some turbulence, as Republican nominee Carl Palladino has pulled within striking distance. Palladino, who upset the favored Rick Lazio in the Republican primary, … Continue reading

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