Category: Springfield Republican

French Parliament candidate Frederic Lefebvre campaigns in Boston to represent overseas citizens

Springfield Republican William Keylor, College of Arts & Sciences French Parliament candidate Frederic Lefebvre jetted into Boston on Wednesday afternoon on a flight from Washington, D.C…. Expert quote: “It must be a very expensive, physically exhausting experience. It’s like a presidential campaign, but add to that Canada.” View full article

2012 Massachusetts Senate race may have sucked money, enthusiasm out of state ahead of special election

Springfield Republican Fred Bayles, College of Communication Lori Divine-Hudson, who co-owns Gateway City Arts in Holyoke, hosted a fund-raising dance for then-Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren… Expert quote: “This is going to be a fast, hard campaign. You have to do a lot of organizing right away, a lot of fundraising right away…then you have […]

Massachusetts Republican State Rep. Dan Winslow would run for U.S. Senate as a ‘bipartisan problem solver’

Springfield Republican Fred Bayles, College of Communication Portraying himself as a “bipartisan problem solver” and a fresh face in Washington, Republican State Rep. Daniel Winslow took a major step toward launching a U.S. Senate campaign on Tuesday by forming an exploratory committee… Expert quote: “He was very active in terms of promoting legislation and speaking […]

Gov. Deval Patrick names William Cowan as temporary replacement for Sen. John Kerry

Springfield Republican Fred Bayles, College of Communication Gov. Deval L. Patrick today appointed a close aide, senior advisor and former chief of staff William “Mo” Cowan, as the state’s new interim U.S. senator for the next five months… Expert quote: “You want someone who is familiar with government, you don’t want someone with ambitions. You […]

As Massachusetts state Senator, Scott Brown reached across party lines on some issues, towed Republican line on others

Springfield Republican Fred Bayles, College of Communication In 2005, when the Massachusetts Legislature was considering a bill allowing embryonic stem cell research, Democratic Senate President Robert Travaglini received a visit from rookie Republican state senator Scott Brown… View article