From the Lowell Sun Editorial: 36th Middlesex District — Colleen Garry (D) vs. Cathy Richardson (R): In another race that has been full of name-calling and innuendo, Colleen Garry has shown herself to be sensitive to her constituents’ concerns throughout her nine terms, mirroring the conservative bent of the district. Richardson, aside from questioning her […]
Archive for October, 2012
From the Boston Globe today, we hear that a poll that fell quite against him now has him leading. Two years ago, this poll had Martha Coakley 15 points ahead of Brown. I don’t know about you, but I’m sick of hearing about abortion and other issues from the 70s. We have an economy where […]
Smoke and Mirrors, a politically charged evening with Charlie Baker Followed by a magic presentation for the family by David Penn. Tuesday evening, 6:00 p.m. until 10 p.m., at the Tyngsboro Country Club at 90 Westford Road in Tyngsboro Suggested Donation $30.00 SMOKE AND MIRRORS Flyer Tweet
Cody Kuenzler, a Dracut student at the Greater Lowell Technical High School who was one of a number of students who proposed bringing Wes Moore (the author of The Other Wes Moore) to the area, came to the Dracut School Committee meeting tonight to promote the presentation being made Wednesday Night at the Lowell Auditorium […]
The Dracut Republican Town Committee (DRTC) is serving up eggs and political discourse. The Breakfast for GOP Candidates gives area residents the opportunity to meet the Republican candidates for state and national office while also enjoying a delicious breakfast. The popular DRTC-sponsored event takes place Sunday, October 21 from 8:30 to 11:30 am at the […]
This is just wrong. The Lowell Sun has been reporting almost daily about the continued battle between Colleen Garry and Cathy Richardson for the state representative seat that covers Dracut and Tyngsborough. Today’s story tells us that the State Democratic party has, on Garry’s behalf, been digging into Richardson’s personal family bills (via court records) […]
This longer third segment is the heart of the debate. Richardson and Garry question each other directly, and react to the questions. This segment talks about corruption at the state house, term limits and the McLaughlin/Bond/Housing issue. Listen to part 3 of the debate here.
This short second segment, deals with a question “How does a State Rep get people back to work?” The next segment will talk have the candidates challenge each other. Listen to part 2 of the debate here.
There is a public meeting Tuesday evening, the 16th at 7:00 p.m. at Harmony Hall. Dracut Housing is looking to purchase land to build more elderly housing. It is much needed. There is a waiting list of well over 150 people. The land would hold presumptively 50-60 units. Although funding to build is a way off […]