Friday, November 2, 2012
Sen. Scott Brown and his bus rolled into town Thursday for his third visit in three weeks to Framingham, this time stopping at Bella Costa Ristorante for lunch with supporters and Maine Sen. Susan Collins.
Sen. Scott Brown and his bus rolled into town Thursday for his third visit in three weeks to Framingham. This time the senator, in a tight re-election race with Democrat Elizabeth Warren, brought Maine Sen. Susan Collins, who was voted the #1 bipartisan senator in the United States. Brown has been named the second-most bipartisan senator by Congressional Quarterly. Click on the attached video to hear what the two senators had to say about the need for "people over politics" and more bipartisan efforts in Washington. This was Brown's third Framingham restaurant visit in three weeks, having stopped at Carrie Anne's Diner, which subsequently closed and Ken's Steak House. Previous stops Brown brought former NJ Gov. Christie Todd Whitman and …
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Travelling with his wife, daughter and U.S. Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), those on the bus and large gathering of supporters of Brown had lunch at Bella Costa Ristorante.
Sen. Scott Brown and his campaign's bus tour rolled into Framingham this afternoon. Travelling with his wife, daughter and U.S. Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), those on the bus and large gathering of supporters of Brown had lunch at Bella Costa Ristorante. Framingham Patch will have more on what the two senators - voted the #1 and #2 bipartisan senators in the country - had to say, plus a slideshow of photos tomorrow. This was Brown's third visit to Framingham in the last month and his third eatery. He stopped by Carrie Anne's Diner, which later closed, and Ken's Steak House.
Thursday, October 25, 2012
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, told a standing room only crowd at Ken's Steak House in Framingham, Massachusetts needs Sen. Scott Brown.
Hundreds of supporters of Sen. Scott Brown attended a rally for him Wednesday afternoon at Ken's Steak House. Headlining the rally was New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican like Brown, who endorsed Brown for re-election. Brown, an incumbent, is being challenged by Elizabeth Warren for his U.S. Senate seat. Christie told the crowd, estimated at 400, that Massachusetts is smart enough to realize it already has an independent-minded thinker, who votes with his heart for Massachusetts and doesn't always vote the party line and that "you better not let Brown go." To hear more of what Christie had to say, click on the attached video. Framingham Republican Mary Z. Connaughton opened the rally, speaking before Brown and Christie, who …
Monday, October 15, 2012
Framingham's Mary Z. Connaughton debated Massachusetts State Treasurer Steve Grossman at Sunday's Temple Beth Am Brotherhood breakfast.
The focus of Sunday's Temple Beth Am Brotherhood breakfast was the hotly contested Massachusetts senate race between Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Scott Brown. Brown was in Natick running in the 13th Annual Eastern Bank Flutie 5K road race to benefit the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism, located in Framingham. Warren was greeting the 40,000 participants in the Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk in Boston Sunday morning. So as the candidates had prior commitments, Massachusetts State Treasurer Steve Grossman (a Democrat) represented Warren, and Framingham's Mary Z. Connaughton (former Republican candidate for state auditor) represented Brown in a debate offering their views of where their party's candidates stand on the issues. Former …
Friday, October 12, 2012
Speakers include State Treasurer Steve Grossman, Framingham's Mary Z. Connaughton and former Worcester mayor Jordan Levy; public invited but reservations required.
Learn more about Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren at Sunday's Temple Beth Am Brotherhood breakfast and speaker series. Speakers include State Treasurer Steve Grossman, representing Professor Warren, and Mary Connaughton (former board member of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority and candidate for State Auditor) representing Sen. Brown. Jordan Levy, former Worcester mayor and Massachusetts Turnpike Authority Trustee, will offer political commentary and analysis. The event is Sunday, Oct 14 starting at 9 a.m. The public is invited to attend, but reservations are required. Cost $12. Or join the Brotherhood at $70 for the year (seniors $45) and come to all nine breakfasts. To make a reservation for Sunday, call …
Jon Fetherston, an Ashland Republican challenging an incumbent Democrat for the 7th Middlesex District state representative seat has launched a video ad.
Friday, October 12, 2012
Jon Fetherston, a Republican challenging incumbent Democrat Tom Sannicandro for the 7th Middlesex District state representative seat, has launched a video ad. The ad features Fetherston, but also has endorsements from Framingham residents Mary Z. Connaughton, who ran for state auditor, Janet Leombruno, Enzo Rotatori and Jack Prindiville. The 7th Middlesex County district includes Ashland and 6 of Framingham's 18 precincts. Both Fetherston and Sannicandro live in Ashland. The election is less than 30 days away on Nov. 6. Sannicandro has agreed to just one debate between the two candidates. Fetherston had suggested three debates. The lone debate is scheduled for Oct. 24 at Wilson Elementary School. It is sponsored by the Framingham Coalition…
Saturday, May 5, 2012
Former congressman and radio personality Peter Blute attended the event at the Framingham home of Janet and John Leombruno.
Saturday, May 5, 2012
Friends and supporters recently gathered at the home of Janet & John Leombruno of Framingham for an event featuring former Congressman and radio personality, Peter Blute to honor Ashland Board of Selectman Chair Jon Fetherston, who is challenging Rep. Tom Sannicandro for the 7th Middlesex County state representative seat. Special guests were Mary Z Connaughton, and radio talk show host Michael Graham. Voters will elect a new state representative in Nov. 2012. Sannicandro is the democratic incumbent. Fetherston is the republican challenger. The seat represents all of Framingham and several precincts in Framingham.