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Methuen Voters to Elect Two of Three Candidates in East District City Council Race

Methuen Voters to Elect Two of Three Candidates in East District City Council Race

Voters in the East End of Methuen have a choice between three candidates for two open district seats on the council. TOM CIULLA is from Everett and very active in…

Free State Project: Friend or Foe to New Hampshire?

Free State Project: Friend or Foe to New Hampshire?

By: D.J. Bettencourt – October, 2013 Earlier this year, State Representative Cynthia Chase (D-Keene) opined on a fringe New Hampshire liberal blog: “Free Staters are the single biggest threat the…

Methuen Voters will Choose Two of Three Candidates for City Council in West End

Methuen Voters will Choose Two of Three Candidates for City Council in West End

By: Tom Duggan – October, 2013 Once thought to be unbeatable, incumbent West End City Councilor Sean Fountain now has a fight on his hands to be re-elected. With Jeanne…

Methuen Voters Will Pick Three Councilors in At Large Race – Newcomers To Join Board

Methuen Voters Will Pick Three Councilors in At Large Race – Newcomers To Join Board

In the Methuen City Council At-Large race, voters are asked to elect three city councilors to represent the entire city. With At-Large City Councilor Jen Kannan running for mayor and…

Birds of A Feather Flock Together! (OPINION)

Birds of A Feather Flock Together! (OPINION)

By: Peter Larocque – October, 2013 The city of Lawrence is never at a loss for interesting situations unfolding in front of everyone who has eyes to see. Last month,…

An Interview with Newbuyport Mayoral Candidate Richard Sullivan Jr.

An Interview with Newbuyport Mayoral Candidate Richard Sullivan Jr.

By: Rebeccah Pearson – October, 2013 Newburyport Guide In September the people of Newburyport voiced and voted their opinion and a new man has stepped up to the plate to…

The Paying Attention! Radio Program with Tom Duggan, October 27, 2013

The Paying Attention! Radio Program with Tom Duggan, October 27, 2013

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 1 CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 2 Today Tom took on the Bob Leblanc controversy in Methuen but spent…

Andover Selectman, Vispoli Provides Testimony in Favor of Campaign Transparency

Andover Selectman, Vispoli Provides Testimony in Favor of Campaign Transparency

October, 2013   Andover Selectman Alex Vispoli provided testimony to the Joint Committee on Election Laws last month, in favor of more transparency within campaigns. Earlier this year, Vispoli filed…

“Voters Deserve a Choice” – Sticker Candidate Tyler Kimball Challenges Haverhill Mayor Fiorentini on November Ballot

“Voters Deserve a Choice” – Sticker Candidate Tyler Kimball Challenges Haverhill Mayor Fiorentini on November Ballot

By: Tom Duggan – October 23, 2013 (2:38pm) With no candidates challenging five term Haverhill Mayor Jim Fiorenitni in his bid for reelection next month, it looked like the longest…

Who Will Lead Methuen? Steve Zanni and Jen Kannan Want Your Vote!

Who Will Lead Methuen? Steve Zanni and Jen Kannan Want Your Vote!

By: Tom Duggan – October, 2013 Two years ago Methuen Mayor Steve Zanni (then an at-large city councilor) had a tough fight on his hands to win the mayor’s race…

Paying Attention with Tom Duggan (10-19-13) Topics: Erin Cox, The PAWS Act, Nancy Greenwood and MORE!

Paying Attention with Tom Duggan (10-19-13) Topics: Erin Cox, The PAWS Act, Nancy Greenwood and MORE!

The Paying Attention! Radio Program with Tom Duggan, October 19, 2013 CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 1 CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN TO HOUR 2 Today…

Patrolmen and Superior Officers’ Union Endorses Kannan for Mayor

Patrolmen and Superior Officers’ Union Endorses Kannan for Mayor

  Methuen Patrolmen and Superior Police Officers’ Unions have come out in full force in support of City Councilor Jen Kannan’s candidacy for Mayor against incumbent Steve Zanni. “We have…

Lawrence City Councilor Says Mayor Lantigua Trying to Remove Term Limits

Lawrence City Councilor Says Mayor Lantigua Trying to Remove Term Limits

  LAWRENCE, MA: Lawrence Mayor William Lantigua is seeking to remove the mayoral term limit restriction within that city’s charter. Lawrence currently prohibits individuals from serving more than two four-year…

Paying Attention! With Tom Duggan (9-28-13)

Paying Attention! With Tom Duggan (9-28-13)

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO OR DOWNLOAD HOUR 1 Today Tom and Paul broadcast the show from Chelmsford Town Common for “Common Day” and talked about Salisbury Town Manager Neil…

NH’s voter ID Requirement Must be Protected from Baseless Attacks

NH’s voter ID Requirement Must be Protected from Baseless Attacks

By: D.J. Bettercourt – September, 2013 A vote is the ultimate equalizer in American politics. The idea that every citizen, regardless of race, gender or background, is awarded the same…