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Editorial: Supporting Gary Trendel for Planning Board

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We are writing to support Gary Trendel in his campaign for a 5-year seat on the Planning Board. Gary’s platform supports working in unison with the community on the strategic direction of Hopkinton to match the vision of the Hopkinton Master Plan. His proactive perspective to ensuring the preservation of the town’s charm, while also understanding its needs for the future, is why we are proudly supporting Gary and encourage our community members to do the same.

Editorial: Supporting Muriel Kramer for Planning Board

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We are happy and proud to support Muriel Kramer for a 5-year term on the Planning Board because of her strong and deep commitment to Hopkinton. We have known Muriel for almost 25 years, and have seen her devote countless hours of her time for the betterment of our town. Over the course of the past 15+ years, she has been a dedicated volunteer and has served us tirelessly on the Board of Appeals, on the Master Plan Committee, as a Selectman, and currently as a Commissioner of Trust Funds, and as the Deputy Town Moderator.

Editorial: Supporting Amy Ritterbusch for Planning Board

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Dear Editor

I am supporting Amy Ritterbusch for a 5-year term on the Planning Board because of her deep knowledge of town issues and government, demonstrated objective evaluation and research, and superior communication skills. Amy is the epitome of an informed and engaged citizen.

Editorial: Supporting Amy Ritterbusch for Planning Board

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Dear Editor,

I am happy to endorse Amy Ritterbusch for one of the two open positions on the Hopkinton Planning Board. I am fortunate to have worked with Amy in several capacities over the last 12 years. I continue to be amazed by the breadth of her knowledge and her commitment to each group, to each task. I have so much respect for her and all she gives to our community.

Editorial: “Marty Lamb for Republican State Committee, Proven Leadership”

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In 2013 and 2014, I put in thousands and thousands of hours as the Statewide Campaign Manager to pass the ballot question to stop automatic gas tax hikes. I am the person who organized all the volunteers and worked directly with them through two signatures drives and an aggressive campaign field operation over 18 months. I find it offensive that Mr. McGrath and his team have tried to imply he was part of that effort. He had no part in it. He showed up at one event when Charlie Baker was speaking.

Editorial: Supporting Ed McGrath and Janet Leombruno for Republican State Committee

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Dear Editor,

As the former Republican Nominee for United States Senate in 2014 I am keenly aware of the role the State Committee plays in the political process in Massachusetts. It is with this unique background and thorough understanding of the State Committee organization that I offer my input on who is best suited to serve our party going forward as State Committeeman and State Committeewoman.

It’s time to change the Massachusetts ‘lambscape’ by electing more Republicans

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It’s time to change the Massachusetts ‘lambscape’ by electing more Republicans. We need balance at the State House.
Every 4 years Republicans elect the 80 member State Committee that governs the Massachusetts Republican Party. You get the choice on March 1st.

Editorial: Supporting Janet Leombruno for Republican State Committee

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On March 1, I am enthusiastically casting my vote to reelect Janet Leombruno as Republican State Committee woman for this district.

Janet Leombruno is the real deal.

During my 2010 candidacy for state auditor, I had the privilege of seeing Janet in action up close. She accompanied me across the state, from town to town, morning and night, as a loyal ally in our quest to make Massachusetts an even better state. She did the ground work, got to know the people, gave sound advice and cared deeply about the future of the Massachusetts GOP.

Lamb Pledges People First

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Lamb Will Refuse State Job

Holliston, MA …Today Marty Lamb, candidate for Republican State Committee, announced that he will put the people first and will not be compromised by seeking a job or an appointment with the administration.

“Serving on the Republican State Committee should be about building the GOP, not a resume,” said Lamb. “I am not seeking this office as a career stepping stone. I want to recruit more candidates, register more Republicans, and rebuild the grassroots.”

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