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Massachusetts Congressional District 5 Election Results (Town by Town): Tsongas Wins

U.S. House – District 5 – General
Town/City Precincts N. Tsongas (i)
J. Golnik
D. Brown
B. Clark
Total 195/196 121,204
Acton 6/6 5,902
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Niki Tsongas Finally Makes it to a Congressional Debate on Fox25

This short debate includes incumbent Democratic Representative Niki Tsongas, Republican Jon Golnik and two independents Dale Brown, Bob Clark.

Tsongas defends her lack of accessibility. She’s been building up a pretty impressive set of online services which she promises to use in the future to improve transparency and voter accessibility.

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John Golnik's Campaign Office Destroyed By Fire

Last night at about 11:30pm a fire broke out in a small two story  office complex whose only tenant is the office of Jon Golnik, the leading Republican candidate for the 5th Congressional District held by US Representative Niki Tsongas.

When firefighters arrived, an SUV parked behind the building was on fire as well as part of the building. Golnik’s office was on the other side of the building. Eventually the fire consumed the entire second floor. Golnik’s office was damaged predominantly by water damage.

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Video: Jon Golnik, Sam Meas, Tom Weaver and Bob Shapiro Debate in the Shirley Republican Candidates Forum

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5th Congressional District Republican Candidates Debate

The four Republican candidates challenging Rep. Niki Tsongas for 5th Congressional Representative debated at the Shirley Republican Town Committee Candidate Forum on April 10th. The video was posted today, and it helps give us a sense if any of these challengers can be a serious threat to Rep. Tsongas.

Jon Golnik is clearly the standout from among the four. He had specific, rational policy ideas on every question. He knows the facts behind the issues, and his policy ideas seem to be based on practicality and reality. He sounds like the kind of practical political leader who can listen to different sides of an issue and find reasonable solutions.

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