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Mass. House endorsements, etc:
** NOTE: Net loss for Republicans of 4 seats **
1st Barnstable - Brewster, Dennis, Yarmouth
D - *CLEON TURNER, Dennis [SOC, Trans, PP, NARAL]
2nd Barnstable - Barnstable, Yarmouth
OPEN SEAT: Incumbent Demetrius Atsalis lost to Brian Mannal in the primary!
D - *BRIAN MANNAL, Barnstable [AL]
3rd Barnstable - Bourne, Falmouth, Mashpee
R - *DAVID VIEIRA, Falmouth
4th Barnstable - Chatham, Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet, etc.
D - *SARAH PEAKE, Provincetown [Trans, GVF, NARAL]
5th Barnstable - Barnstable, Bourne, Sandwich, etc.
56% R - *RANDY HUNT, Sandwich [MCFL]
44% D - R. PATRICK ELLIS, Sandwich [PP, NARAL]
Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket - Edgartown, Falmouth, Nantucket, etc.
D - TIMOTHY MADDEN, Nantucket [Trans, NARAL]
1st Berkshire - Adams, North Adams, Williamstown, etc.
D - GAILANNE CARIDDI, North Adams [Trans, NARAL]
2nd Berkshire - Dalton, Greenfield, Pittsfield, etc.
D - PAUL MARK, Peru [SOC, Trans, NARAL]
3rd Berkshire - Pittsfield
D - TRICIA FARLEY-BOUVIER, Pittsfield [Trans, NARAL]
4th Berkshire - Great Barrington, Lee, Lenox, Stockbridge, etc.
82% D - *WILLIAM "SMITTY" PIGNATELLI, Lee [Trans, PP, NARAL]
18% G - LEE SCOTT LAUGENOUR, Lenox
Interesting - a radical leftie up against a "green" challenger.
1st Bristol - Foxborough, Mansfield, Norton
R - *FRED "JAY" BARROWS, Mansfield [MCFL]
2nd Bristol - Attleboro
58% D - PAUL HEROUX, Attleboro [SOC, MEQ, PP, NARAL]
42% R - *GEORGE ROSS, Attleboro [MCFL]
3rd Bristol - Easton, Taunton
57% R - *SHAUNNA O'CONNELL, Taunton [NARAL]
43% D - SHERRY COSTA-HANLON, Taunton [SOC, PP, NARAL]
4th Bristol - Norton, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Swansea
59% R - *STEVEN HOWITT, Seekonk
41% D - A. KEITH CARREIRO, Swansea [SOC, PP, NARAL]
Howitt, a Republican, is pro-abortion and pro-gay marriage. Was supported by Gill money (national homosexual funder) in a previous election.
5th Bristol - Taunton, Dighton, Somerset, Swansea
D - *PATRICIA HADDAD, Somerset [Trans, PP, NARAL]
6th Bristol - Fall River, Freetown
D - DAVID SULLIVAN, Fall River [SOC, Trans]
7th Bristol - Fall River
D - ALAN SILVIA, Fall River [MCFL]
8th Bristol - Fall River, Freetown, New Bedford, etc.
D - PAUL SCHMID III, Westport [Trans]
9th Bristol - Dartmouth, New Bedford
D - CHRISTOPHER MARKEY, Dartmouth
10th Bristol - Fairhaven, Mattapoisett, New Bedford, etc.
D - WILLIAM STRAUS, Mattapoisett [Trans, NARAL]
11th Bristol - Acushnet, New Bedford
D - ROBERT KOCZERA, New Bedford [NARAL]
12th Bristol - Middleborough, Taunton, etc.
58% R - *KEIKO ORRALL, Lakeville [MCFL]
42% D - ROGER BRUNELLE Jr., Middleborough [SOC, NARAL]
13th Bristol - New Bedford
D - *ANTONIO CABRAL, New Bedford [Trans, NARAL]
14th Bristol - Attleboro, Mansfield, North Attleborough
R - *ELIZABETH POIRIER, North Attleborough [MCFL]
1st Essex - Amesbury, Newburyport, Salisbury
D - *MICHAEL COSTELLO, Newburyport [Trans, NARAL]
2nd Essex - Haverhill, Merrimac, West Newbury, etc.
OPEN SEAT: Harriett Stanley retired
52% R - LEONARD MIRRA, West Newbury [MCFL/mixed]
48% D - BARRY FOGEL, West Newbury [PP, NARAL]
3rd Essex - Haverhill
D - BRIAN DEMPSEY, Haverhill [Trans, NARAL]
4th Essex - Hamilton, Ipswich, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Wenham, etc.
R - BRADFORD HILL, Ipswich [NARAL/mixed]
5th Essex - Essex, Gloucester, Rockport
D - ANN-MARGARET FERRANTE, Gloucester [Trans, NARAL]
6th Essex - Beverly
D - JERALD PARISELLA, Beverly
7th Essex - Salem
D - JOHN KEENAN, Salem [SOC, Trans, NARAL]
8th Essex - Lynn, Marblehead, Swampscott
D - LORI EHRLICH, Marblehead [Trans, NARAL]
9th Essex - Lynn, Saugus, Wakefield
R - DONALD WONG, Saugus
10th Essex - Lynn
83% D - *ROBERT FENNELL, Lynn [NARAL/mixed]
17% R - DWIGHT CAUFIELD, Lynn
11th Essex - Lynn, Nahant
D - STEVEN WALSH, Lynn [Trans, NARAL]
12th Essex - Peabody
D - JOYCE SPILIOTIS, Peabody [NARAL, MCFL/mixed]
13th Essex - Danvers, Middleton, Peabody
63% D - *THEODORE SPELIOTIS, Danvers [Trans, NARAL]
37% R - DANIEL BENNETT, Danvers
14th Essex - Haverhill, Lawrence, Methuen, North Andover
OPEN SEAT: Incumbent David Torrisi (D) lost primary
63% D - DIANA DiZOGLIO, Methuen
37% R - KARIN RHOTON, North Andover [MCFL]
15th Essex - Haverhill, Methuen
D - *LINDA DEAN CAMPBELL, Methuen [MCFL]
16th Essex - Lawrence
84% D - *MARCOS DEVERS, Lawrence [Trans]
16% U - JOSE SANTIAGO, Lawrence
17th Essex - Lawrence, Methuen, Andover
OPEN SEAT: Incumbent Paul Adams is running for the State Senate.
63% D - FRANK MORAN, Lawrence [MCFL]
37% U - KEVIN CUFF, Andover [NARAL]
18th Essex - Andover, North Andover, Tewskbury, etc.
50% + R - *JIM LYONS, Andover [MCFL]
50% - D - BARBARA L'ITALIEN, Andover [SOC, MEQ, PP, NARAL]
(Lyons won by 120 votes.)
L'Italien had this seat for a long time, but two years ago Jim Lyons beat her and took it away. Now she wants it back. She is an extreme liberal who supports every lunatic leftist special interest. How bad is she? MassEquality is doing phone-banking for her!
1st Franklin - Chester, Deerfield, Willliamsburg, etc.
D - *STEPHEN KULIK, Worthington [Trans, NARAL]
2nd Franklin- Athol, Gill, Orange, Petersham, etc.
45% D - *DENISE ANDREWS, Orange [SOC, MEQ, Trans, GVF, PP, NARAL]
44% R - SUSANNAH LEE, Athol [MCFL]
10% I - RICHARD SCHOBER Jr., Templeton
1st Hampden - Palmer, Sturbridge, Ware, etc.
R - *TODD SMOLA, Palmer [MCFL]
2nd Hampden - Longmeadow, Hampden, E. Longmeadow, etc.
57% D - *BRIAN ASHE, Longmeadow [MCFL]
43% R - MARIE ANGELIDES, Longmeadow [MCFL]
3rd Hampden - Agawam, Granville, Southwick
61% R - *NICHOLAS BOLDYGA, Southwick [MCFL]
39% D - SAMUEL DiSANTI Jr., Agawam [SOC, PP, NARAL]
4th Hampden - Westfield
R - *DONALD HUMASON Jr., Westfield [MCFL]
5th Hampden - Holyoke
OPEN SEAT: Incumbent Michael Kane (D) lost primary
61% D - AARON VEGA, Holyoke [SOC, MEQ, PP, NARAL]
20% R - LINDA VACON, Holyoke [MCFL]
19% G - JEROME HOBERT, Holyoke
Linda Vacon is a big Tea Party and pro-family favorite.
6th Hampden - Chicopee, West Springfield
62% D - *MICHAEL FINN, West Springfield [Trans]
38% I - LINCOLN BLACKIE, West Springfield [MCFL]
7th Hampden - Chicopee, Ludlow, Springfield, etc.
D - *THOMAS PETROLATI, Ludlow [MCFL]
8th Hampden - Chicopee
D - *JOSEPH WAGNER, Chicopee [Trans, NARAL/mixed, MCFL/mixed]
9th Hampden - Chicopee, Springfield
85% D - *SEAN CURRAN, Springfield [MCFL]
15% U - ROBERT UNDERWOOD, Springfield
10th Hampden - Springfield
D - *CHERYL COAKLEY-RIVERA, Springfield [NARAL]
Coakley-Rivera is a vocal lesbian activist. We were hoping someone would run against her.
11th Hampden - Springfield
77% D - *BENJAMIN SWAN, Springfield [Trans, NARAL]
23% I - NORMAN OLIVER, Springfield
12th Hampden - Springfield, Wilbraham, etc.
70% D - *ANGELO PUPPOLO, Springfield [MCFL]
30% R - DENNIS McCARTHY, Wilbraham [MCFL]
Puppolo was a turncoat on the marriage amendment; ran as pro-marriage, then caved once he got in.
1st Hampshire - Hatfield, Northampton, Southampton, etc.
D - *PETER KOCOT, Northampton [Trans, NARAL]
2nd Hampshire - Easthampton, Hadley, South Hadley, etc.
D - *JOHN SCIBAK, South Hadley [SOC, Trans, NARAL]
3rd Hampshire - Amherst, Granby, Pelham
D - *ELLEN STORY, Amherst [Trans, PP, NARAL]
1st Middlesex - Ashby, Ayer, Groton, Townsend etc.
R - *SHEILA HARRINGTON, Groton [MCFL]
2nd Middlesex - Chelmsford, Littleton, Westford
65% D - *JAMES ARCIERO, Westford [Trans]
35% R - VALERIE WORMELL, Westford [MCFL]
3rd Middlesex - Bolton, Hudson, Maynard, Stow
64% D - *KATE HOGAN, Stow [SOC, Trans, GVF, NARAL]
36% R - CHUCK KUNIEWICH Jr., Hudson [MCFL/mixed]
Kate Hogan is a vocal lesbian activist. Needs to be tossed out!
4th Middlesex - Marlborough, Northborough, Westborough
51% D - DANIELLE GREGOIRE, Marlborough [MEQ, PP, NARAL]
49% R - *STEVEN LEVY, Marlborough [MCFL]
This is a rematch of two years ago. Gregoire is an insufferable moonbat who got beaten by Levy after just one term in office. Now she's trying to get back in.
5th Middlesex - Millis, Natick, Sherborn
65% D - *DAVID LINSKY, Natick [MEQ, Trans, NARAL]
35% R - WILLIAM CALLAHAN, Natick
6th Middlesex - Framingham
D - CHRIS WALSH, Framingham [Trans, NARAL]
7th Middlesex - Ashland, Framingham
65% D - *TOM SANNICANDRO, Ashland [SOC, MEQ, Trans, PP, NARAL]
35% R - JON ANDREW FETHERSTON, Ashland
8th Middlesex - Holliston, Hopkinton, Southborough, etc.
61% D - *CAROLYN DYKEMA, Holliston [SOC, MEQ, Trans, PP, NARAL]
39% R - MARTIN LAMB, Holliston [MCFL]
Dykema is even more radical than her endorsements show. Marty Lamb is a solid guy who ran a good race for Congress two years ago. Let's hope he can pull this off.
9th Middlesex - Lincoln, Waltham
D - *THOMAS STANLEY, Waltham [Trans, NARAL/mixed, MCFL/mixed]
10th Middlesex - Newton, Waltham, Watertown
76% D - *JOHN LAWN, Watertown [Trans]
24% R - FRANK STANTON, Waltham [MCFL]
11th Middlesex - Newton
74% D - *KAY KHAN, Newton [MEQ, Trans, PP, NARAL]
26% R - GREER TAN SWISTON, Newton
A typical Newton liberal, Khan is thick-headed and condescending. Greer is a great contender; she's the only Republican on the 24-member Newton Board of Aldermen!
12th Middlesex - Newton
D - *RUTH BALSER, Newton [Trans, PP, NARAL]
13th Middlesex - Framingham, Marlborough, Sudbury
D - *THOMAS CONROY, Wayland [Trans, NARAL]
14th Middlesex - Acton, Carlisle, Concord, Chelmsford
65% D - *CORY ATKINS, Concord [SOC, Trans, NARAL]
35% R - MICHAEL BENN, Concord [MCFL]
Michael Benn is a terrific candidate. He's in a tough district, full of snotty rich liberals. But if anyone could pull it off, he's the one to do it.
15th Middlesex - Lexington, Woburn
D - *JAY KAUFMAN, Lexington [Trans, PP, NARAL]
16th Middlesex - Chelmsford, Lowell
D - *THOMAS GOLDEN Jr., Lowell [MCFL]
17th Middlesex - Chelmsford, Lowell
77% D - *DAVID NANGLE, Lowell
23% R - MARTIN BURKE, Lowell [NARAL]
18th Middlesex - Lowell
D - *KEVIN J. MURPHY, Lowell [NARAL/mixed]
19th Middlesex - Tewksbury, Wilmington
74% D - *JAMES MICELI, Wilmington [MCFL]
26% R - DOUGLAS SEARS, Tewksbury [MCFL]
20th Middlesex - Lynnfield, North Reading, Reading, etc.
R - *BRAD JONES, North Reading [NARAL]
21st Middlesex - Bedford, Burlington, Wilmington
OPEN SEAT: Incumbent Charles Murphy (D) filed to run for re-election, but announced in June 2012 his intention to resign at the conclusion of the House's formal session in July.
55% D - KENNETH GORDON, Bedford [PP]
45% R - WALTER ZENKIN, Burlington
22nd Middlesex - Billerica
61% R - *MARC LOMBARDO, Billerica [MCFL]
39% U - JAMES O'DONNELL Jr., Billerica [NARAL]
23rd Middlesex - Arlington, Medford
81% D - *SEAN GARBALLEY, Arlington [MEQ, Trans, NARAL]
19% R - JOSEPH MONJU, Arlington [MCFL]
Garballey is a young, obnoxious liberal zealot, who unfortunately fits in with his district. We'd love to see Monju beat him, but it's a tough one.
24th Middlesex - Arlington, Belmont, Cambridge
OPEN SEAT: Incumbent William Brownsberger got elected to the state senate in a special election earlier this year.
57% D - DAVID ROGERS, Cambridge [PP, NARAL]
22% O - JAMES GAMMILL, Belmont
20% R - TOMMASINA OLSON, Belmont [NARAL, MCFL]
Gammill is running as a member of the "Open Innovative Government Party." Oddly, NARAL and MCFL both endorse Olson. Rogers has also been endorsed by both state teachers unions and the SEIU. What does that tell you?
25th Middlesex - Cambridge
D - *MARJORIE DECKER, Cambridge [SOC, MEQ, PP, NARAL]
26th Middlesex - Cambridge, Somerville
65% D - *TIMOTHY TOOMEY Jr., Cambridge [Trans, NARAL/mixed, MCFL]
29% P - MIKE CONNOLLY, Cambridge [NARAL]
6% R - THOMAS VASCONCELOS, Somerville [NARAL]
Connolly is running as a member of the "Progress Independent Party."
27th Middlesex - Somerville
D - *DENISE PROVOST, Somerville [SOC, MEQ, Trans, PP, NARAL]
28th Middlesex - Everett
D - *STEPHEN STAT SMITH, Everett [Trans, NARAL]
29th Middlesex - Cambridge, Watertown
D - *JONATHAN HECHT, Watertown [Trans, NARAL]
30th Middlesex - Reading, Woburn
D - *JAMES DWYER, Woburn [NARAL/mixed, MCFL]
31st Middlesex - Stoneham, Winchester
60% D - *JASON LEWIS, Winchester [SOC, MEQ, Trans, PP, NARAL]
40% R - GEORGE GEORGOUNTZOS, Stoneham [MCFL]
We've never been able to figure out why a relatively conservative area like this would keep electing a leftist wacko like Lewis.
32nd Middlesex - Malden, Melrose, Wakefield
D - *PAUL BRODEUR, Melrose [Trans, NARAL]
33rd Middlesex - Malden
D - *CHRISTOPHER FALLON, Malden [Trans, MCFL]
34th Middlesex - Medford, Somerville
84% D - *CARL SCIORTINO, Medford [SOC, MEQ, Trans, GVF, SD, NARAL]
16% R - DAVID RAJCZEWSKI, Medford
Sciortino is a radical homosexual activist who once disrupted a Catholic Mass with his "boyfriend" to protest the Church's stand on traditional marriage, then bragged about it to the media. He was the lead sponsor (along with Byron Rushing) of the "Transgender Rights and Hate Crimes" bill.
35th Middlesex - Malden, Medford
D - *PAUL DONATO, Medford [MCFL]
Donato has gone south on a lot of pro-family issues. He now supports the homosexual agenda in the schools, he told us a few years ago.
36th Middlesex - Dracut, Tyngsborough
59% D - *COLLEEN GARRY, Dracut [MCFL]
41% R - CATHY RICHARDSON, Dracut
37th Middlesex - Acton, Boxborough, Harvard, Shirley, etc.
D - *JENNIFER BENSON, Lunenburg [SOC, Trans, NARAL]
1st Norfolk - Quincy, Randolph
D - *BRUCE AYERS, Quincy [MCFL]
2nd Norfolk - Quincy
D - *TACKEY CHAN, Quincy [Trans]
3rd Norfolk - Quincy, Holbrook, Weymouth
D - RONALD MARIANO, Quincy [Trans, NARAL]
4th Norfolk - Weymouth, Hingham
81% D - JAMES MICHAEL MURPHY, Weymouth [Trans, NARAL]
19% C - ROBERT MONTGOMERY THOMAS, Weymouth
Bob Thomas, running under the Constitution Party, is very outspoken on pro-family and similar issues in Weymouth. We'd love to see him get into the State House!
5th Norfolk - Braintree, Holbrook, Randolph
D - *MARK CUSACK, Braintree [Trans]
6th Norfolk - Avon, Canton, Stoughton
D - *WILLIAM GALVIN, Canton [Trans, NARAL/mixed]
7th Norfolk - Milton, Randolph
D - *WALTER TIMILTY, Milton [MCFL]
8th Norfolk - Sharon, Stoughton, Mansfield, Walpole
D - *LOUIS KAFKA, Stoughton [Trans, NARAL]
9th Norfolk - Norfolk, Plainville, Wrentham, etc.
R - *DANIEL WINSLOW, Norfolk [Trans, NARAL]
Winslow was Gov. Mitt Romney's chief legal counsel, secretly cooperated with the homosexual lobby to ease in "gay marriage." They later publicly thanked him, and endorsed him when he ran for state rep. Was only Republican in Mass. House to vote for Transgender Rights and Hate Crimes bill.
10th Norfolk - Franklin, Medway
OPEN SEAT: Incumbent James Vallee (D) resigned from the House in June.
54% D - JEFFREY ROY, Franklin [PP, AL]
46% R - RICHARD EUSTIS, Medway [MCFL]
11th Norfolk - Dedham, Walpole, Westwood
D - PAUL McMURTRY, Dedham [Trans, NARAL]
McMurtry originally got elected as an Independent!
12th Norfolk - Norwood, Walpole
61% D - *JOHN ROGERS, Norwood [Trans, MCFL]
39% R - JAMES M. STANTON, Walpole [MCFL]
This is an interesting race. Rogers, who at one time was staunchly pro-family but went south during the "gay marriage" issue, has been in office for decades. Stanton is a very good candidate, running a good race, and could beat him this time.
13th Norfolk - Dover, Medfield, Needham
D - *DENISE GARLICK, Needham [Trans, NARAL]
14th Norfolk - Wayland, Wellesley, Weston
D - *ALICE PEISCH, Wellesley [MEQ, Trans, NARAL]
15th Norfolk - Brookline
D - *FRANK SMIZIK, Brookline [Trans, NARAL]
1st Plymouth - Plymouth
R - *VINNY deMACEDO, Plymouth [MCFL]
2nd Plymouth - Carver, Middleborough, Wareham
R - *SUSAN GIFFORD, Wareham [NARAL, MCFL/mixed]
3rd Plymouth - Cohasset, Hingham, Hull, etc.
D - *GARRETT BRADLEY, Hingham [Trans, NARAL]
4th Plymouth - Marshfield, Scituate
68% D - *JAMES CANTWELL, Marshfield [SOC, Trans, NARAL]
32% R - STEPHEN COULTER, Scituate [MCFL]
5th Plymouth - Hanover, Norwell, Rockland
57% D - *RHONDA NYMAN, Hanover
43% R - KOREY WELCH, Rockland [MCFL/mixed]
Rhonda Nyman won the election two years ago after her husband, the previous representative, died during his term.
6th Plymouth - Duxbury, Hanson, Pembroke
OPEN SEAT: Incumbent Daniel Webster withdrew his nomination after winning the primary. Webster's campaign manager Karen E. Barry is taking his place on the ballot.
57% D - JOSH CUTLER, Duxbury [MEQ, PP, NARAL]
43% R - KAREN BARRY, Duxbury [MCFL]
Josh Cutler is a left-wing newspaper editor who has run for this every two years, losing to Webster. This time MassEquality is doing phone-banking for him. Let's hope he loses again.
7th Plymouth - Abington, Whitman, East Bridgewater
54% R - *GEOFF DIEHL, Whitman [MCFL]
46% D - ROBERT TOOMEY Jr., Abington [PP, NARAL]
8th Plymouth - Bridgewater, Raynham
52% R - *ANGELO D'EMILIA, Bridgewater [MCFL/mixed]
48% D - MARILEE HUNT, Bridgewater [SOC, MEQ, PP, NARAL]
MassEquality is phone-banking for Hunt.
9th Plymouth - Brockton
D - *MICHAEL BRADY, Brockton [Trans]
10th Plymouth - Brockton, West Bridgewater, etc.
D - *CHRISTINE CANAVAN, Brockton [Trans, PP, NARAL]
11th Plymouth - Easton, Brockton
OPEN SEAT: Incumbent Geraldine Creedon (D) is not running for re-election.
63% D - CLAIRE CRONIN, Easton [NARAL]
37% R - DANIEL J. MURPHY, Easton
12th Plymouth - Duxbury, Halifax, Plymouth, etc.
63% D - *THOMAS CALTER, Kingston [MCFL]
37% R - DEBRA BETZ, Plymouth [MCFL]
Debra Betz is a Tea Party member, a local School Committee member, and a great candidate. She'd be a wonderful state rep.
1st Suffolk - Boston
D - *CARLO BASILE, Boston [Trans, NARAL]
2nd Suffolk - Boston, Chelsea
82% D - *EUGENE O'FLAHERTY, Chelsea [Trans, NARAL/mixed, MCFL/mixed]
18% R - CHARLES KLAUDER, Chelsea [MCFL]
O'Flaherty, as chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, becomes more hostile to pro-family people every year. In 2011 he was instrumental in passing the Transgender Rights bill. He needs to be thrown out of office.
3rd Suffolk - Boston
D - *AARON MICHLEWITZ, Boston [Trans, NARAL]
Michlewitz worked for Sal DiMasi and ran when DiMasi was forced to quit. He's just as anti-family, though luckily not as powerful.
4th Suffolk - Boston
D - *NICK COLLINS, Boston [MCFL]
5th Suffolk - Boston
78% D - *CARLOS HENRIQUEZ, Boston [Trans, NARAL]
22% I - ALTHEA GARRISON, Boston
6th Suffolk - Boston
D - *RUSSELL HOLMES, Boston [Trans, MCFL]
7th Suffolk - Boston
D - *GLORIA FOX, Boston [SOC, MEQ, Trans, PP, NARAL]
8th Suffolk - Boston, Cambridge
D - *MARTHA MARTY WALZ, Boston [SOC, Trans, NARAL]
9th Suffolk - Boston
D - *BYRON RUSHING, Boston [Trans, NARAL]
He was the lead sponsor (along with Carl Sciortino) of the "Transgender Rights and Hate Crimes" bill.
10th Suffolk - Boston, Brookline
D - *EDWARD COPPINGER, Boston [Trans, MCFL]
11th Suffolk - Boston
D - *ELIZABETH MALIA, Boston [Trans, NARAL]
12th Suffolk - Boston, Milton
D - *LINDA DORCENA FORRY, Boston [Trans, NARAL]
13th Suffolk - Quincy, Boston
D - *MARTIN WALSH, Boston [Trans, NARAL]
14th Suffolk - Boston
D - *ANGELO SCACCIA, Boston [MCFL]
15th Suffolk - Boston, Brookline
D - *JEFFREY SÁNCHEZ, Boston [Trans, NARAL]
16th Suffolk - Saugus, Chelsea, Revere
D - *KATHI-ANNE REINSTEIN, Revere [Trans, NARAL]
17th Suffolk - Boston
D - *KEVIN HONAN, Boston [Trans, NARAL]
18th Suffolk - Boston, Brookline
D - *MICHAEL MORAN, Boston [Trans, NARAL]
19th Suffolk - Revere, Winthrop
78% D - *ROBERT DeLEO, Winthrop [MEQ, Trans,NARAL/mixed,MCFL/mixed]
22% R - PAUL CARUCCIO, Winthrop [MCFL/mixed]
DeLeo, of course, is Speaker of the House and a major water-carrier for the homosexual and transgender lobby. It would be wonderful to get him out.
1st Worcester - Holden, Paxton, Princeton, etc.
R - *KIMBERLY FERGUSON, Holden [MCFL]
2nd Worcester - Gardner, Ashburnham, Winchendon, etc.
51% D - JONATHAN ZLOTNIK, Gardner [NARAL]
49% R - *RICHARD BASTIEN, Gardner [MCFL]
3rd Worcester - Fitchburg, Lunenburg
D - *STEPHEN DiNATALE, Fitchburg [MCFL/mixed]
4th Worcester - Leominster
57% D - *DENNIS ROSA, Leominster [MCFL/mixed]
43% R - JUSTIN BROOKS, Leominster [MCFL]
5th Worcester - Barre, New Braintree, West Brookfield, etc.
68% D - *ANNE GOBI, Spencer [Trans, NARAL]
32% R - JASON PETRAITIS, North Brookfield [MCFL]
6th Worcester - Charlton, Dudley, Southbridge, etc.
54% R - *PETER DURANT, Spencer [MCFL]
46% D - KATHLEEN WALKER, Charlton [SOC, PP, NARAL]
7th Worcester - Auburn, Millbury, Charlton, etc.
R - *PAUL FROST, Auburn [MCFL]
Eighth Worcester - Bellingham, Blackstone, Millville, Uxbridge
51% R - *KEVIN KUROS, Uxbridge [MCFL]
49% D - ROBERT DUBOIS, Blackstone [MCFL]
Kuros testified against the absurd extension of the bullying bill which the homosexual movement wanted. For that alone, he should be re-elected.
9th Worcester - Grafton, Northbridge, Upton
R - *GEORGE PETERSON Jr., Grafton [NARAL/mixed, MCFL/mixed]
10th Worcester - Hopedale, Mendon, Milford, etc.
D - *JOHN FERNANDES, Milford [Trans, NARAL]
11th Worcester - Shrewsbury, Westborough
R - *MATTHEW BEATON, Shrewsbury [MCFL]
12th Worcester - Berlin, Boylston, Clinton, Lancaster, etc.
D - *HAROLD NAUGHTON Jr., Clinton [NARAL, MCFL/mixed]
13th Worcester - Worcester
D - *JOHN MAHONEY, Worcester [Trans, NARAL]
14th Worcester - West Boylston, Worcester
61% D - *JAMES O'DAY, West Boylston [SOC, MEQ, Trans, PP, NARAL]
30% R - WILLIAM McCARTHY, Worcester [MCFL]
9% I - WINTHROP HANDY, West Boylston [MCFL/mixed]
O'Day is another one who is even more radical than his endorsements would indicate.
15th Worcester - Worcester
OPEN SEAT: Incumbent Vincent Pedrone resigned in January to take a better-paying position with the state university system.
76% D - MARY KEEFE, Worcester [SOC, MEQ, PP, NARAL]
24% R - BRIAN O'MALLEY, Worcester [MCFL]
16th Worcester - Worcester
D - *JOHN FRESOLO, Worcester [MCFL]
17th Worcester - Leicester, Worcester
77% D - *JOHN BINIENDA, Worcester [MCFL]
23% R - WILLIAM LEBEAU, Leicester [MCFL]
18th Worcester - Douglas, Sutton, Webster, etc.
70% R - RYAN FATTMAN, Sutton [MCFL]
30% D - DONALD BOURQUE, Webster [SOC, GVF, SD, PP, NARAL]