Bob Massie just announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat from MA coming up next year. He wants to go up against Sen. Scott Brown who has been filling the term of the late Ted Kennedy. He joined us to speak about himself and how he expects to win the seat.
His campaign website is […]
We’re starting tomorrow’s podcast a half hour earlier, at 2 p.m. Tuesday, 1/25. Bob Massie is joining us.
He’s announced a run for the U.S. Senate, to bump Scott Brown. Massie’s campaign site is here.
Of course, we’ll ask about his platform…and how he expects to win the seat. Join us live is you can here […]
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Exciting times start this week, both in D.C. and MA. We kick around what we expect in both locales.
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We’ll be talking up and talking down pending struggles in Washington and Boston. The frequently obstreperous House in D.C. promises to be more so, with the new GOP majority. Yet…they have many new Republican governors calling for big bucks, while the national party pledges deep spending cuts.
Here in MA, we have the mottled model Sen. […]