Category Archives: Congress

4th - Frank Bielat Sholley Congress

Massachusetts Congressional District 4 Election Results (Town by Town): Frank Wins

U.S. House – District 4 – General
Town/City Precincts B. Frank (i)
(Dem)
S. Bielat
(GOP)
S. Allen
(Oth)
D. Jordan
(Oth)
Total 208/208 125,823
54%
101,315
43%
3,430
1%
2,871
1%
Acushnet 3/3 2,017
51%
1,796
45%
85
2%
81
2%
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3rd - McGovern Lamb Stopa Congress

Massachusetts Congressional District 3 Election Results (Town by Town): McGovern Wins

U.S. House – District 3 – General
Town/City Precincts J. McGovern (i)
(Dem)
M. Lamb
(GOP)
P. Barron
(Ind)
Total 190/190 122,357
56%
84,972
39%
9,304
4%
Ashland 4/4 3,423
54%
2,674
42%
211
3%
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2nd - Neal Wesley Fleitman Congress

Massachusetts Congressional District 2 Election Results (Town by Town): Neal Wins

U.S. House – District 2 – General
Town/City Precincts R. Neal (i)
(Dem)
T. Wesley
(GOP)
Total 203/223 109,535
58%
79,277
42%
Agawam 8/8 6,192
58%
4,402
42%
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1st - Olver Gunn Congress

Massachusetts Congressional District 1 Election Results (Town by Town): Olver Wins

U.S. House – District 1 – General
Town/City Precincts J. Olver (i)
(Dem)
B. Gunn
(GOP)
M. Engel
(Ind)
Total 253/255 127,474
60%
73,952
35%
10,841
5%
Adams 5/5 1,636
71%
548
24%
127
5%
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4th - Frank Bielat Sholley

Margery Eagan: Barney Frank’s Brookline stronghold flirts with Sean Bielat

Margery Eagan at the Herald says Brookline may be trending a little more toward Bielat than expected:

Oh my God, could bluer than blue Brookline — the capital of Moonbat-istan — be breaking for Republican Sean Bielat?

For 25 years I’ve lived in Brookline, where Republicans admit they’re Republicans at their own risk. Yet I haven’t seen so many lawn signs for a Republican since a few courageous matrons put a “Weld for Governor” placard on their lawn in 1990 and paid the price: social suicide. They were promptly shunned at Whole Foods. Their poor children sat alone in the cafeteria.

It says something huge about Barney Frank’s fall from grace that a few brave Brookline-ites are ready, again, to risk their neighbors’ wrath.

4th - Frank Bielat Sholley

Rally for Sean Bielat and Charlie Baker, featuring Scott Brown and Mary Z. Connaughton

Charlie Baker at Foxboro Rally, intro by Scott Brown.

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4th - Frank Bielat Sholley

Sean Bielat's "Barney Frank Shuffle" Ad

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Over 150,000 plays since Friday – not bad for an internet viral.

4th - Frank Bielat Sholley

Sean Bielat Crushes Barney Frank in Debate on WGBH's Greater Boston

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Emily Rooney moderated a debate between Barney Frank and Sean Bielat on October 14th. Rooney starts by noting that Bielat has come from outside of politics to be a surprisingly strong challenge to Frank. She calls it the “race everyone is talking about.”

As usual, Frank does most of the talking. Bielat has been learning how to get Frank to hang himself, and at many points during the debate, Frank does just that. Bielat has Frank almost stuttering and blabbering trying to make complex arguments that appear to make no sense.

Rooney had to cut Frank off several times in what seemed like an act of charity. Bielat speaks for maybe one fifth of the time, and wins easily.

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10th - Perry Malone Keating

Video: Jeff Perry and Bill Keating Debate on NECN's Broadside


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A heated exchange between Perry and Keating. More of the debate after the jump.
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4th - Frank Bielat Sholley Ballot Questions

Barney Frank and Sean Bielat Debate on NECN's Broadside


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There was a half hour debate between Sean Bielat and Barney Frank on Jim Braude’s Broadside on NECN.

We have the debate in three parts. In the first part the candidates introduce themselves. Frank has been continuously in office since the 1980’s. Bielat is a newcomer to politics, but the first real challenger that Frank has faced in his entire time in congress.

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