March 4, 2016/Dispatch Archive

MassDems Notch Three More Special Election Victories!

Congratulations to all the campaigns and their supporters on a tremendous showing of grassroots support this past Super Tuesday. Secretary Clinton and Senator Sanders’ camps left it all on the field here in Massachusetts and they both have a lot to be proud of.

Additionally, MassDems successfully elected three more Democrats to the Massachusetts State House on Tuesday with victories for Gerry Cassidy of Brockton, Stephan Hay of Fitchburg and Lunenburg, and Tom Walsh of Peabody – a seat previously held by a Republican.

Last but certainly not least, I look forward to working with the many activists elected to their town and ward committees this week as well as the many new and familiar faces who won their Democratic State Committee races. 

Below, please find more recent news in this week’s MassDems Talking Points email!

 

 

 

#DemsLead

MassDems proud to take home three more special elections with victories in Brockton, Peabody, Fitchburg and Lunenburg. Read more here

Speaker DeLeo announced a new initiative to connect Greater Boston and Western Massachusetts business leaders.Read more here

Holyoke Democrats were among several local committees that hosted unity events on Super Tuesday – bringing together Clinton and Sanders supporters post-primary. Read more here

#PromisesWatch

Chairman McGee highlights Gov. Baker’s silence as a factor in Donald Trump’s massive victory in Massachusetts on TuesdayRead more here

Business confidence drops for the 5thtime in 7 months on Gov. Baker’s watch.Read more here

Gov. Baker has one, bad-no-good-terrible week. Read more here

The Herald has your Republican State Committee scorecard on Gov. Baker’s $300k intra-Party battle this week with lots of high-paid state employees on the list. Read more here

 

REMINDER: Across the state, Democratic activists are gathering for caucuses. Click here to find yours 

Click here to learn more about running for the Democratic State Committee

Click here to learn more about running for national delegate