the latest on Mitt
Friday, June 28, 2002
New website: http://www.romneyhealey.com/
posted at 2:03 PM
Wednesday, June 26, 2002
The state Ballot Law Commission unanimously rejected a challenge to Mitt Romney's residency yesterday, ruling that the Republican candidate for governor can remain on the ballot.
posted at 7:00 AM
Monday, June 24, 2002
(06/24/02 - Boston) -- Mitt Romney's new campaign aide has feathers and a beak. No joke, Romney's campaign has hired a college student to dress in a chicken suit and confront his Democratic gubernatorial opponents. The chicken attends Democratic events and asks candidates why they're trying to keep Romney off the ballot by challenging his residency status. The chicken had a short exchange with Democratic frontrunner Shannon O'Brien at a recent event. O'Brien told the chicken she's not scared of Romney and wants to debate him. The man behind the suit is 22 year-old Zach Spilman, a college Republican from UMass-Amherst.
posted at 10:52 AM
Friday, June 21, 2002
Republican Mitt Romney remains the clear front-runner in the race for governor as voters reject the bid to knock him off the ballot, a new Herald poll shows.
posted at 8:36 AM
Wednesday, June 19, 2002
Democrats No Longer Speak For The People.
posted at 8:30 PM
Tuesday, June 18, 2002
Romney's substantial roots in Massachusetts and his patently genuine desire to serve the Commonwealth ought to be enough.Enough already.
posted at 8:09 AM
Hey, Romney's Not British!
posted at 5:30 AM
Tuesday, June 11, 2002
Now it's come to this in the sorry state of Massachusetts politics: The Democratic Party is trying to win the governorship on a technicality.The Democrats need to read Steven Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
posted at 4:55 AM
As for the residency and tax woes that gave Romney less-glowing publicity last week, Lane shook his head, uninterested. ''He couldn't run the Olympics from Belmont, obviously.''Obviously!
posted at 4:52 AM
Friday, June 07, 2002
The state Democratic Party is filing a formal legal challenge to Republican gubernatorial candidate Mitt Romney's eligibility for the office based on his residency status.I am so glad I'm an Independent.
posted at 7:04 PM
The Massachusetts Constitution requires a governor to be a resident for each of the seven years prior to the election.So Mitt goes out to Utah to save the Olympics, leaving his home. While there he files his taxes and then comes back to his home state to run for Governor against a lot of Tax and Spend Democrats.
Give me a break! Let's just get past it and move on to the election.
posted at 5:47 AM
Thursday, June 06, 2002
''There is no easy trick that is going to get me off the ballot,'' Romney said.
posted at 2:58 PM