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MCFL-- Trouble: poll today confirms...

by: MCFL Press Release

Mon Oct 08, 2012 at 12:07:55 PM EDT

As he has since early September, Sen. Brown trails his challenger Elizabeth Warren, 50% - 45% according to The Hill today, http://thehill.com/blogs/ballo...

The American Thinker looks at Senate races nationally and concludes: high confidence Republican wins, Nebraska, North Dakota, Wisconsin; Probable Republican wins: Montana, Nevada, Florida, Virginia; REPUBLICAN LONG SHOTS: Connecticut, Missouri, and MASSACHUSETTS
Here is their analysis,  

Republican long shots:
Massachusetts - The contest is a donnybrook; Scott Brown (R), the incumbent, versus Elizabeth Warren (D).  Warren, a devotee of the very liberal/progressive left, has claimed Native American heritage to gain an employment preference and subscribes to the "you didn't build that" philosophy.  Nevertheless, Warren has a 4% lead in the RCP {Real Clear Politics}average polling, which is nonetheless very volatile.  Warren has a significant Democrat registration majority, an Obama approval rating over 55%, a decent economy and an anti-war/defense constituency.  Scott Brown needs a second miracle.  He did it once; can lightning strike twice?
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com...

Please keep these four things in mind:  
 1.. Justice Scalia just turned 78
 2.. Justice Kennedy will turn 78 later this year
 3.. Justice Breyer turned 76 in August
 4.. Justice Ginsburg turned 81 recently.
 In addition,
 * Justice Ginsburg has Pancreatic Cancer.
 * Justice Stephens has already said he
would retire and is just waiting for Obama to be reelected.

The next president could appoint as many as 4 new Justices over next 4 years.
This election is about repealing O-care and about Supreme Court justices!  The U S Senate is the key!

The Right to Life vote made the difference for Sen. Brown in 2010.  It will make the difference again!  Anne  

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States Defund Planned Parenthood, Obama re-funds them

by: massprolife

Sun Jul 29, 2012 at 15:23:09 PM EDT

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/26/planned-parenthoods-obama-title-x-grants_n_1706303.html?utm_hp_ref=politics

Planned Parenthoods Rescued By Obama Administration With Large Title X Grants

Ten Republican-controlled state legislatures have voted to defund Planned Parenthood since the 2010 midterm elections, but the clinics affected by the cuts will not have to shut their doors any time soon. The Obama administration so far has awarded hefty new federal family planning grants to Planned Parenthood clinics in three states that have cut the providers' funding: New Jersey, Tennessee and North Carolina.

A Planned Parenthood clinic in Durham, N.C., was awarded a $426,000 Title X grant on Wednesday, just weeks after the state legislature overrode Gov. Bev Perdue's (D) veto and cut $343,000 in state money from the provider's budget. Anti-abortion lawmakers and advocacy groups are furious that the Department of Health and Human Services seems to have circumvented state legislatures to continue funding an organization they oppose.

"Yesterday President Obama said he supports Planned Parenthood because he wants his two daughters to be able to 'control their own health care choices,'" Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the anti-abortion group Susan B. Anthony List, said in a statement on Wednesday. "This morning we find that he once again is using euphemisms like 'choice' and 'control' to trample the rights of states and force pro-life taxpayers to fund the abortion business."

Read the rest here:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/...

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MCFL: Yesterday: election results from around the country

by: MCFL Press Release

Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 16:16:14 PM EST

Yesterday was exactly a year before the "big one."  Pundits were calling it a harbinger of the 2012 elections.

Oregon first congressional district.  Pro-life Republican Rob Cornilles will face EMILY's List Democrat Suzanne Bonamici in special election, January 31, 2012.

In Virginia, pro-lifers already control the governor's office and the House of Delegates. Yesterday, Virginia voters replaced two pro-abortion state senators with two pro-life senators, giving pro-life Senators control in the Commonwealth. (Pro-life candidates easily retained control of the House of Delegates.)

The pro-abortion chair of the Senate Health and Education Committee, appears to have lost by 86 votes to his pro-life challenger, a race in which Virginia Society for Human Life PAC, a National Right to Life affiliate, played a key role.

In Kentucky, pro-life challenger state Senate President David Williams (R) was unable to defeat pro-abortion incumbent Governor Steve Beshear (D).

Pro-life Governor Haley Barbour (R) was term-limited in Mississippi, so the gubernatorial seat was open. Fortunately, there were two pro-life candidates competing. Pro-life Lieutenant Governor Phil Bryant (R) defeated his pro-life challenger Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny DuPree (D).

On October 22, Louisiana's popular pro-life Governor Bobby Jindal (R) was re-elected, garnering more than 65% of the vote in a ten way race.

The Personhood Amendment in Mississippi was defeated.  MCFL does not have a position on the PA but I found this analysis from Americans United for Life very helpful, "The loss has no immediate implications as the initiative restricted what the government could do, not what individuals could do. The measure would have restrained government actions - government-funded abortions - and not abortions conducted by individuals or enterprises such as Planned Parenthood... the importance of the recognition of the humanity of a child in the womb will not falter as a result of this vote."

In Massachusetts, we will have the "Death with Dignity"/ Doctor Prescribed Suicide ballot question in 2012.  We have a wonderfully helpful web site and many presentations next week.  I'll be sending out an email about all of those shortly.

Keep up your good work!  Anne

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Mississippi: Personhood Amendment Defeated, 58%-42%

by: massprolife

Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 02:26:59 AM EST

http://www.guardian.co.uk/worl...

Mississippi voters have rejected an amendment to the state constitution aimed at outlawing abortion, a setback for opponents of abortion seeking to overturn the Supreme Court decision legalising abortion in the US.

With 85% of the precincts reporting, 58% of voters rejected the measure and 42% voted for it, according to the Clarion-Ledger newspaper in the state capital, Jackson.

Had the so-called "personhood amendment" passed, Mississippi would have been the first American state to define a fertilised egg as a legal person. The measure would have banned abortion without exceptions for rape or incest victims. It also would have outlawed some types of birth control and infertility methods resulting in the loss of embryos.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/worl...

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MCFL: Protect Life Act wins in U S House. How did MA vote?

by: MCFL Press Release

Fri Oct 14, 2011 at 13:06:00 PM EDT

None of the MA Congressmen voted with us. The 251 - 172 vote was decisive. There have been times in the past when Cong. Lynch has voted with us on a close vote - like Stupak. When he knows his vote doesn't determine the outcome, he votes with the Democrat leadership.

We still have more pledges coming in from the Walk, so we don't yet know which beneficiary wins the Flatley Trophy.   It will be awarded at the Assembly on January 29th.

I'm excited about the Banquet tomorrow and look forward to seeing you!  Anne

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MCFL: Elizabeth Warren, favorite of Emily's List

by: MCFL Press Release

Sun Oct 09, 2011 at 18:15:58 PM EDT

Even before she announced that she was running for the Democratic nomination against Sen. Scott Brown, Elizabeth Warren received the endorsement of Emily's List, which endorses, and bundles money for, only the most pro-abortion of women. They will touch a male candidate only if he is running against a staunch pro-life incumbent. In January of 2010 E.L. bundled at least $5,000,000 for Martha Coakley. As you would expect, Warren is top-tier pro-abortion.

At the Harvard Law School graduation last spring, the student speaker talked about his classmates knowing what is best for people and urged them to get in positions where they can regulate the lives of others - since they know best. I could just see Elizabeth Warren as the ventriloquist looming large behind him as he spoke. This is how George Will describes her.  

So many people, most recently leaders of the Tea Party, are making negative noises about Senator Brown.  I must remind you that we all worked very for Scott because we knew he would vote against abortion funding in all areas, and against Obamacare. He has voted as he promised and also cast some excellent judicial votes.

The right-to-life vote is a real political powerhouse because we stick to our issue exclusively and are 100% loyal to our incumbents.

Be un-PC. Enjoy Columbus Day Weekend. Anne

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MCFL: Presidential candidates on abortion and your CL license plate

by: massprolife

Fri Jul 29, 2011 at 21:05:46 PM EDT

The National Right to Life Committee has put together one of their excellent comparison sheets on the presidential candidates. It is encouraging! http://massprolife.com/attachm... I'm sure they will update as the field changes.

Last week I was headed out to an MCFL meeting in Ludlow. The Pike was crowded so I was behind the same car until it got off in Framingham. The car had the Choose Life 982 plate. I cannot tell you how exciting it was to know I was following a friend who was making a life-saving statement.

Merry Nordeen, the founder of the Choose Life plates, has this amazing news, "Today, 2,025 registered Choose Life plates are on the road as a visible testimony to promote the cause of life.  In just one year, over $100,000 has been raised to support life through grants to Massachusetts pregnancy resource centers, counselor training, nurse sonographer training, youth conferences and the MCFL Summer Academy for high school students.  Please help promote the Choose Life plate so we can continue this important work.  Plates can be ordered through the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles website at mass.gov/rmv."

Look how many pro-life efforts are benefitting - including MCFL. It is up to each and every one of us to fill the roads of the Commonwealth! I'll be looking for you around the state! Anne    

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MCFL: Congress may allow patents on humans, vote tomorrow

by: MCFL Press Release

Wed Jun 15, 2011 at 00:00:41 AM EDT

Remember Michael Crichton's Next, which he wrote to warn the public that people could be patented in this country. In the book, a company owned the DNA of the original person and, therefore, of all his descendents and  among other things, there were human/chimp mixes.  In his usual fashion, Crichton took what was possible to its logical conclusion.  The point was/is that, in the US, we need to spell out restrictions.

The U.S. House of Representatives will consider, probably Wednesday, June 15, the America Invents Act , H.R. 1249, a bill to update patent law. On the floor, the Manager's Amendment is expected to include a provision to prohibit the patenting of a human organism.

MESSAGE: "Please support the ban on patenting a human organism in H.R. 1249, and oppose any attempt to weaken or eliminate the provision. No member of the human species is mere property to be licensed, bought, or sold."

Congressman John W. Olver , 202-225-5335
Congressman Richard E. Neal, 202-225-5601
Congressman James P. McGovern, 202-225-6101
Congressman Barney Frank, 202-225-5931
Congressman Niki Tsongas, 202-225-3411
Congressman John F. Tierney, 202-225-8020
Congressman Edward J. Markey, 202-225-2836
Congressman Michael Capuano, 202-225-5111
Congressman Stephen F. Lynch, 202-225-8273
Congressman William D. Keating, 202-225-3111

It isn't hard to be outraged on this one.  Thanks!  Anne

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MCFL: Save the date!

by: MCFL Press Release

Wed Jun 01, 2011 at 00:06:50 AM EDT

WHO:

All members of MCFL

WHERE:

Devlin Hall, Boston College Main Campus, directions at http://www.masscitizensforlife...

WHEN:  

Friday, June 10, 2011, 7:30 pm

WHAT and WHY:

Annual Meeting of the Members

Election of Directors and Officers

June Meeting of the Board of Directors

Induction of Rosalie Berquist, Leslie Crowe, Matt Hanafin, Susan Kiernan, Edie McDaniels into the MCFL Speakers' Bureau

NB All members in attendance will have the chance to vote for the 2011 Walk Baby.

I'm looking forward to seeing you at the meeting!  Anne

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MCFL: Public Health Comm. - Pro-lifers Not Allowed to Testify

by: MCFL Press Release

Wed May 11, 2011 at 15:48:30 PM EDT

 Flash:  Peter Durant won the State Rep race in the 6th Worcester.  Unfortunately, Jim Dixon was defeated.  Madeline McComish and the Sate PAC did a great job!

Linda, Eva, and I, along with many other pro-lifers, attended the hearings yesterday of the Joint Committee on Public Health.  We all duly registered to testify and entered at 10:00 am.

If you have been to hearings, you know that legislators who have sponsored  bills testify first, followed by other legislators, then by panels and the general public.  Thankfully, Rep Jim Lyons, not a sponsor, testified against HB 629 that would allow adults other than the parents, like school employees, to approve abortions for minor girls and would lower the age of "minor" from 18 to 16.

Rep Betty Poirier sponsored a bill to cease funding embryonic stem cell research.  She was in the room but not recognized.   About 12:20 pm, the Sen. Chair Susan Fargo announced that the Committee had to be out of the room by 1:00pm.  She made no attempt to cover bills that had not been addressed.  She just finished with the panel that was "on".

Of course, we had already submitted our written testimony.  Our first reaction was to demand another hearing.  I think the most effective way to influence the Committee, however, will be for them to receive testimony from hundreds of people like you.

These are our positions on the bills.

Please copy and paste - and add something if you wish.  Email to each member of the committee.  You can address to Susan Fargo and Jeffrey Sanchez and Bcc the others.  That way you have to send only one email.   It would have been a very good idea to send something anyway, but the fact that our issues were not addressed makes it imperative!  

Thank you for all your great work!  Anne

Senate Chair, Susan.Fargo@masenate.gov
Senate Members
Harriette.Chandler@masenate.gov
Katherine.Clark@masenate.gov
James.Timilty@masenate.gov
Robert.Hedlund@masenate.gov
 

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MCFL: Bill would wipe out Parental Consent for minors seeking abortions

by: MCFL Press Release

Thu May 05, 2011 at 16:00:39 PM EDT

On Tuesday, May 10, 2011 at 10:00am in Room A - 1, the Joint Committee on Public Health will hear testimony on two very important pro-life bills which we support and three anti-life bills, one of which would allow almost anyone to refer a minor girl for an abortion, which we oppose.

Eva Murphy, MCFL Legislative director, Linda Thayer, MCFL Vice-President, Educational Affairs, and I will testify.  We invite you to testify also.  It is most effective to appear in person but sending written testimony is also very helpful.

We support:

HB 611, sponsored by Rep. Betty Poirier (R-North Attleboro), which bans embryonic stem cell research in the state, and prevents embryos from being used in research from the point of fertilization. This bill would end ESCR which kills little human beings and doesn't work and encouragethe use of effective and moral  adult skin cells.

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MCFL State PAC Endorses James Dixon and Peter Durant in Special State Rep. Election, May 10, 2011.

by: MCFL Press Release

Mon Apr 25, 2011 at 19:44:40 PM EDT

Madeline McComish, Chairman of the MCFL State PAC has announced PAC endorsements for the State Representative special election on May 10,2011: James Dixon, 10th Middlesex,  and Peter Durant for, 6th Worcester.

"Jim Dixon is a dedicated defender of Life who has worked for many years to save babies from abortion." said McComish.  "He has served as Chapter Chairman of the Waltham Chapter of MCFL and has served on the Board of Directors of Massachusetts Citizens For Life."

"Peter Durant is another dedicated defender of Life." said McComish. "His opponent supports a pro-abortion agenda."

The 6th Worcester, where Durant is running against a pro-abortion incumbent, consists of Charlton, Southbridge, East Brookfield and portions of Oxford and Spencer.

Dixon is running for an open seat against a pro-abortion candidate.  The 10th Middlesex consists of precincts 1 and 4 of ward 1, and precinct 4 of ward 3, of the city of Newton, all precincts of wards 5 and 6, precinct 2 of ward 7, and all precincts of wards 8 and 9, of the city of Waltham, and precinct 10, of the town of Watertown.

McComish concludes, "As State Representatives, Jim Dixon and Peter Durant will support a 100% Pro-life agenda. We need PRO-LIFE Representatives at the State House. Jim Dixon and Peter Durant need your vote in the special election on Tuesday, May 10, 2011."

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Bill would let Mass. taxpayers opt out on abortion

by: massprolife

Sat Feb 05, 2011 at 20:18:00 PM EST

http://news.bostonherald.com/n...

BOSTON - A Massachusetts anti-abortion group proposed legislation today that would allow individual taxpayers to opt out of paying for publicly-funded abortions in the state.

Under the measure, taxpayers could choose to have whatever portion of their state taxes pays for abortions or abortion counseling for low-income women directed instead to a public information campaign for the Baby Safe Haven Law, which allows parents to drop off unwanted newborns at police or fire stations and hospitals.

Read more at the Boston Herald.

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MCFL: Reid: Vote on Abortion Funding TONIGHT!

by: MCFL Press Release

Thu Dec 09, 2010 at 04:15:46 AM EST

Politico reports: Harry Reid announced this morning (Wed) in a speech on the floor of the Senate, "I'm likely going to move to my motion to reconsider on the Defense Authorization Act this evening, allowing as I will indicate at the time, time for amendments to that piece of legislation."

If you haven't called Sen. Brown, you must do so before tonight!  We need him to vote against cloture.

A Senator might be lulled by Reid's offer of amendments.  We do not have the votes to remove the funding or to kill the Act, so the vote against cloture is the last ditch before we start paying for military abortions.

This is the desperation call.  Please make it right now: (617) 565-3170 or (202) 224-4543.
Bless you!                                                                                                                                         Anne

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MCFL Release: 22% VOTED PRO-LIFE vs 8% WHO VOTED PRO-ABORTION

by: MCFL Press Release

Thu Nov 04, 2010 at 00:00:00 AM EDT

LifeNews reports on post-election polling.  I remember when our advantage was 2:1.  This is almost 3:1.  We are making a difference!  Anne

A new post-election poll shows the issue of abortion helped pro-life candidates and played a role in the Republican shellacking of pro-abortion Democrats.  A survey conducted by the Polling Company firm found pro-life candidates enjoyed a definite advantage in yesterday's elections.
Thirty percent of all voters said that abortion "affected" their vote with 22% of all voters backing pro-life candidates and eight percent saying they supported pro-abortion candidates - giving pro-life candidates a net pro-life advantage of 14 percent among all voters.

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MCFL: Numbers at the State House. Republicans lost only in MA

by: MCFL Press Release

Thu Nov 04, 2010 at 00:00:00 AM EDT

When I wrote about the election yesterday, the results were not in from Norwood and Walpole.  John Rogers, with an 18 year, 100% pro-life record won there. His challenger is also pro-life.  A basic PAC principle is to back pro-life incumbents - they deserve it and have to know they can count on us.

Some national columnists and a few of you have said that our votes for Tim Cahill denied the election to Charlie Baker.  That assumes every Cahill vote would have gone to Baker.  Actually, the polls showed the Cahill vote would have split pretty evenly if he had not been in the race.

The bigger point, however, is that the entire state-wide Republican ticket and the nine Congressional challengers lost while Republicans across the nation made huge gains.  The difference is that those Republicans are pro-life and for repealing Obamacare.  Baker stated that he was "to the left of Obama on social issues" and then campaigned that way.  It was not Tim Cahill who took down Charlie Baker, it was Charlie Baker who took down the entire Republican ticket.

Our Congressional candidates did better than any challengers in recent years because they were pro-life and promised to repeal Obamacare.  Some who had real chances to win, like Jeff Perry, Bill Hudak, and Sean Bielat, were also dragged down by the lack of turn-out and negative tone of  the Baker leadership.

The Fed PAC endorsed six candidates and recommended two.  All but one were Republicans - obviously, given our congressional delegation.  The MCFL State PAC, however, supported Democrats and Republicans pretty evenly.  We are lucky enough to have pro-life people and politicians in both parties in this state.

We lost one State Representative, James Fagan, but all of the other incumbents endorsed by the State PAC were re-elected as were many new pro-lifers including Michael Rush in the Senate and Paul Adams, Richard Bastien, Matthew Beaton, John Binienda, Nicholas Collins, Edward Coppinger, Angelo D'Emilia, Peter Durant, Ryan Fattman, Kimberly Ferguson, Sheila Harrington, Randy Hunt, Kevin Kuros, Steven Levy, Marc Lombardo, Jim Lyons, and Daniel Webster in the House.  These are the people the State PAC supported.  Other pro-lifers were also elected.

Local pro-lifers worked closely with many of these people.  You may have noticed the email the night before the election saying that Matt Beaton's opponent had been endorsed by NARAL.  The local people had called with that information on Monday.

We are very grateful to these people for running!  We are very excited about working with the pro-life incumbents who were re-elected and with these new Senators and Representatives - at the local level and at the State House.

Thank you all for your hard work in these campaigns!  Anne

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MCFL: Pro-Life wins at the State House and NATIONALLY!

by: MCFL Press Release

Wed Nov 03, 2010 at 00:00:00 AM EDT

Congratulations to these people who were supported by the MCFL State PAC.  Congratulations to them and to the PAC for its hard work!

I also want to thank the people who worked all summer on keeping the MCFL Questionnaire information current: Janet Callahan, John Triolo, Linda Thayer, and Helen Cross.

Senate: Jack Hart (D, Robert Hedlund ( R ), Thomas Kennedy (D), Michael Knapik ( R ), Richard Moore (D), Richard Ross ( R ), Michael Rush (D)

House:  Paul Adams ( R ), Brian Ashe (D), Bruce Ayers (D), Jay Barrows, Richard Bastien ( R ), Matthew Beaton ( R ), John Binienda (D), Nicholas Collins (D), Edward Coppinger (D), Vinny De Macedo, Angelo D'Emilia ( R ), Paul Donato (D), Geoff Diehl ( R ), Stephen DiNatale (D), Peter Durant ( R ), Christopher Fallon (D) Ryan Fattman ( R Kimberly Ferguson ( R ), John Fresolo (D), Paul Frost ( R ), Colleen Geary (D), Thomas Golden (D), Sheila Harrington ( R ), Donald Humason ( R ), Randy Hunt ( R ), Michael Kane (D), Kevin Kuros ( R ), Steven Levy ( R ), Marc Lombardo (R)Jim Lyons ( R ), James Miceli (D) Eugene O'Flaherty (D) George Patterson ( R ), Betty Poirier ( R ), Angelo Puppolo (D), Angelo Scaccia (D), Todd Smola ( R ), Walter Timilty (D), Timothy Toomey (D), Daniel Webster ( R )

Governor's Council: Charles Cipollini ( R ), Marilyn Devaney (D), Mary Ellen Manning (D)

National Right to Life has all the amazing national results:

http://stoptheabortionagenda.c...

You will be thrilled when you see how well we did nationally!

Thank you all for your hard work!

Anne

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MCFL Release: NARAL: info for you on ballot questions 1 and 3 and the CD races

by: MCFL Press Release

Mon Nov 01, 2010 at 19:31:59 PM EDT

Our friend, Professor Patrick Flood just sent along this food for thought.

"Today just for fun I checked the state NARAL (www.prochoicemass.org) website to see what they might have put up lately, and I think you will find this interesting and of possible use.  NARAL is officially urging voters to vote NO on Questions 1 and 3 because passage 'could have a devastating impact on access to reproductive health services in the Commonwealth.'"

Apparently NARAL wants plenty of tax money to pay for abortions.

And Tom Connelly has pointed out that NARAL reports they have not spent any money in the Massachusetts Congressional races, http://www.opensecrets.org/out...

Yet, Joan Cronin just called to say they have endorsed Kevin Byrne against pro-life Matthew Beaton (11th Worcester) for State Rep.
John Triolo reports they have endorsed Congressman Tierney agaist pro-life Bill Hudak for Congress in the 6th District.
These endorsements won't show up in their expenditures until after the election.

Thanks to Jaon, John, Tom, and Pat and to you all.  I know you are out there working hard in these closing hours!
Anne

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MCFL: Governor's Council - your vote will determine who are the judges in the state.

by: MCFL Press Release

Mon Nov 01, 2010 at 00:00:00 AM EDT

We looked for candidates who are "Strict Constructionist", that is they do not approve of judges making law.  We found:

First District: Oliver Cipollini, Jr. (D),  Charles Oliver Cipollini (R) (no misprint here)

Second District: Richard Mitchell (U)

Third District: Marilyn Devaney (D)

Fifth District: Mary-Ellen Manning (D)

Sixth District: Paul Caruccio ( R )

Eighth District:  Michael Franco ( R )

These districts are huge, as are the implications of the election.  We need these people to appoint judges who will follow the Massachusetts Constitution. If you are not sure of the number of your district, why not print out this email and take it with you.  Anne

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MCFL Release: State PAC endorses for Senate

by: MCFL Press Release

Thu Oct 14, 2010 at 00:00:00 AM EDT

for immediate release                                                      contact: Madeline McComish, 617-378-7820

Boston: The MCFL State PAC has announced its endorsements for State Senate.

Hampden, Robert A. Magovern (R), First Hampden and Hampshire, Thomas A. McCarthy (R), Second Hampden and Hampshire, MICHAEL R. KNAPIK (R)

First Middlesex, James J. Buba (R), Second Middlesex, David M. Carnevale (R),
Third Middlesex, Sandra B. Martinez (R)

Second Middlesex and Norfolk, Edward Bergin McGrath (R), Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex, RICHARD J. ROSS (R),
Second Plymouth and Bristol, THOMAS P. KENNEDY (D), Plymouth and Norfolk, ROBERT L. HEDLUND, JR. (R), Suffolk and Norfolk, Michael F. Rush (D),
First Worcester, William J. Higgins, Sr. (R)

Worcester and Middlesex, Neal Andrew Heeren (R),
Worcester and Norfolk, RICHARD T. MOORE (D)

The PAC recommends these candidates.

Second Essex and Middlesex, Jamison Tomasek (R), Middlesex and Essex, Craig Spadafora (R), Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth, Robert E. Burr, Jr. (R)

First Plymouth and Bristol, David W. Pottier (R), First Suffolk, JACK HART (D)

 

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