Bielat and Childs: who’s the bigger Dem? – BMG and RMG are hilarious mirror images – What will become of Mitt ’s Millions? – Cranberries!

PRIMARIES: With all the talk of Democratic primaries in congressional races, it’s about time someone paid attention to one of the only competitive Republican primary races we have: the 4th. Will it be former state mental health chief Elizabeth Childs or former Barney Frank challenger Sean Bielat that takes on presumed Democratic nominee Joe Kennedy in the fall? The two are at each others’ throats over who’s a bigger Democrat, leaving the poor voter to rely solely on John Walsh’s expertise in figuring out which red candidate is bluer.

I GUESS PEOPLE PAY ATTENTION TO THESE ROLLS CALLS: I love it when both Blue and Red Mass Group have nearly opposite posts. Check out the right and left on the House health care cost bill. And if you want to get down in the weeds, you can read Dan Winslow’s defense of his yes vote.

MITT MONITOR: What would happen to Mitt’s millions if he’s elected president? He sells a bunch of assets off and the rest gets put in a blind trust overseen by federal officials, that’s what.

MAKE FRIENDS WITH THE VODKA CAUCUS: The Cranberry Club kicks off in D.C.

Marian Walsh, ESQ Consulting Services - Experience that informs. Passion that performs.

Mitt Romney says Gov. Scott Walker’s Wisconsin victory bodes well for Republicans in November

Massachusetts GOP upholds election of Ron Paul delegates in Mitt Romney’s congressional district

Romney plans to use federal blind trust if elected

Doctor says she has delegates for Green Party nod


Mass. Senate passes override to Gov.’s veto

UMass trustees approve tuition, fee hikes over Patrick’s objection

Governor calls UMass tuition hike ‘crummy’

Mass. Senate passes anti-foreclosure bill

Protests planned at Mass. safety board hearing

Tim Murray got boost from think tank

MBTA to pols: Give us $51M or major cuts are coming

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Bielat and Childs fighting over who was a bigger Democrat

Take charge, part 2: it’s not the populism, it’s the partisanship

UMass gives, takes away, and gets testy with Patrick

The shameful seven

A Tale of Two Scott’s


Mass. politicians launch ‘cranberry caucus’

East Boston group readies to battle casino

Ex-Lawrence school employee admits bid rigging, kickbacks

Through tears, lessons learned from state’s first fatal texting-while-driving case


VT – Sanders pushes U.S. DOE on No Child law

NH – Constitutional ed funding question fails

ME – Maine House candidate enters plea of not guilty in attempted theft case

ME – Recall vote to put state unions in crosshairs?

ME – 2012 Election: 2nd District hopeful says ‘There’s a little tea party in everybody’

CT – Donovan Holds Hartford Rally, Denies Campaign Contributions Influenced Legislation

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