Events Calendar

Sunday, Aug 03, 04:30 PM — Westford Republicans Keep Cool with Coolidge Summer Picnic

“KEEP COOL WITH COOLIDGE”
SUMMER PICNIC

PRESENTED BY THE WESTFORD REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE

SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 2014
4:30 TO DUSK

 

4:30 pm to dusk

 

Wormell Home
25 Vose Hill Road, Westford

Suggested donation:

$15 individual
$25 family

Guest speaker to be announced.

Please join the Westford Republican Town Committee for an old-fashioned picnic with games, hamburgers, hotdogs, watermelon, lemonade, cold beer (by additional donation) and Coolidge’s favorite pickles. The proceeds will benefit Republican candidates for state office.

 

 

 

Reservations required. RSVP by 7/25 to cathycreed1@gmail.com or vwormell1@gmail.com

 YES, I/we will attend.  Number in party:_______________

 Name: ____________________________________________________
Email: ____________________________________________________

In the event of a weather cancellation, we will contact you by email.

NO, I/we cannot attend but would like to support 2014 Republican candidates for state office.

_____ $15   _____ $25    _____ $50   _____ $100   _____ other

 

Mail Contributions to:
WRTC
P.O. Box 17
Westford, MA  01886

 
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Monday, Aug 11, 07:00 PM — United States Constitution Study Group to Meet

The CSG meets the second Monday monthly at 7:00 PM

Woburn Sportsmen's Association
155 Middlesex Turnpike
Bedford, MA

We meet in the the lounge of the main building at the Woburn Sportsmen's Association. Parking is right in front of the building and free.  Please note that the club's entrance is not well lit and so is easy to miss.  As a landmark, the very well lit Oak Park Drive business park is almost directly across the street.

Feel free to bring snacks and drinks.  Coffee, tea and cocoa are available on the honor system using a single-serving brewing machine; soda and cold water are also available.

For information on upcoming events or further info on the study group, please visit www.constitutiondecoded.com

CLICK FOR DIRECTIONS: http://www.woburnsportsmen.com/location.htm

See you all soon,
Catherine White

(Non-required) RSVP: catherinegw.patriot@gmail.com

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Monday, Sep 08, 07:00 PM — United States Constitution Study Group to Meet

The CSG meets the second Monday monthly at 7:00 PM

Woburn Sportsmen's Association
155 Middlesex Turnpike
Bedford, MA

We meet in the the lounge of the main building at the Woburn Sportsmen's Association. Parking is right in front of the building and free.  Please note that the club's entrance is not well lit and so is easy to miss.  As a landmark, the very well lit Oak Park Drive business park is almost directly across the street.

Feel free to bring snacks and drinks.  Coffee, tea and cocoa are available on the honor system using a single-serving brewing machine; soda and cold water are also available.

For information on upcoming events or further info on the study group, please visit www.constitutiondecoded.com

CLICK FOR DIRECTIONS: http://www.woburnsportsmen.com/location.htm

See you all soon,
Catherine White

(Non-required) RSVP: catherinegw.patriot@gmail.com

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Archive of Past Events

Commonwealth Mag: 'Coakley Spinning Her Wheels'

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 
July 18, 2014    

CONTACT:
Emmalee Kalmbach
617-523-5005 ext. 245

 
BOSTON – Commonwealth Magazine takes a look at polling data since the start of the year and the numbers are bad for Attorney General Martha Coakley. Excerpts from the analysis:

"A NEW BOSTON GLOBE poll has Martha Coakley locked in a statistical dead heat with Charlie Baker, the presumptive Republican nominee for governor. Coakley’s lead in a matchup against Baker was once as high as 15 points. She enjoyed a double-digit edge over Baker as recently as last month.

"But as big as the evaporation of Coakley’s lead over Baker looks, it’s just the beginning of the Democratic attorney general’s troubles. A closer look at polling in the governor’s race reveals far deeper worries for the Democrats’ likely nominee.
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"Polling data show that Coakley has been treading water since the beginning of the year.
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"Baker has closed the gap against Coakley by erasing her hold on independents, and eroding her edge among women voters.
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"Women voters have paced Coakley’s head-to-head leads over Baker all year. Baker has been gaining on Coakley in recent weeks because he’s been eroding this edge. A mid-June Globe poll had Coakley over Baker by 28 points among women voters; over the past month, that margin has dropped to 19 points. Both sides of the prospective November matchup appear to be keenly aware of the importance of women voters. Baker has been on a big push recently with his wife, Lauren, and his running
mate, Karyn Polito.
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"Meanwhile, Baker’s lead among men has grown from a six-point margin last month, to 14 points today.
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"Democrats make up 36 percent of the state’s electorate, so it would be difficult for Coakley to fall far below the roughly 40-percent mark she’s been polling at since January. Still, with Baker looking stronger every week, the longer Coakley stays stuck at 40 percent, the more her electoral floor also looks like her ceiling. Coakley doesn’t have to make enormous gains to come out on top in November.
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"Democrats have broken the 50 percent mark in a gubernatorial contest just once since Michael Dukakis left office, and the presence of two well-funded independent candidates makes it unlikely that November’s gubernatorial will have to clear 50 percent. Still, Coakley is going to have to do better than running in place."

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Meeting Schedule

7:30 PM
Groton
Senior Center
163 West Main Street

  • January 29, 2014
  • Election of delegates and alternates to the 2014 Massachusetts Republican Convention
  • February 6, 2014
  • March 5, 2014
  • April 2, 2014
  • May 7, 2014
  • June 4, 2014
    Pot-luck Supper
    Note: 7:00 PM
  • September 3, 2014
  • More to be announced.