POST-GAZETTE - Res Publica
Republicans for U.S. Senate
by David Trumbull
Novemer 13, 2009
In three weeks, on Tuesday, December 8th, Republican and unenrolled (“independent”) voters in Massachusetts will select the Republican nominee for U.S. State Senator to fill the vacancy caused by the death of long-time Senator, Ted Kennedy. November 18th is the last day to register to vote in this primary election.
Candidate Scott Brown seeks to change his current title Senator for U.S. Senator, as he, since winning a special election in 2004, has been serving in the State Senate. Brown has led the fight in Massachusetts against wasteful government spending and higher taxes. He is a free-market advocate who believes our strength as a nation flows from its people. He believes in a culture of family, patriotism and freedom. According to his website www.brownforussenate.com, Senator Brown has a core set of beliefs that guide his thinking:
Senator Brown’s opponent in the Republican primary election, Jack E. Robinson, is also known to Bay State voters, having run for this same seat in 2000. According to information on his website www.jackerobinson.com, Jack E. Robinson, a Massachusetts native, is a highly respected entrepreneur, attorney, and business leader with over 25 years experience solving business problems and creating jobs.
On Tuesday, January 19, 2010, Massachusetts voters will go to the polls to elect their first new Senator in more than 25 years. Learn about the candidates now and make a wise choice in the December 8th primary.
[David Trumbull is the chairman of the Boston Ward Three Republican Committee. Boston's Ward Three includes the North End, West End, part of Beacon Hill, downtown, waterfront, Chinatown, and part of the South End.]