State Senate candidates square off on...

State Senate candidates square off on the issues - The Manchester Journal

There are 6 comments on the The Manchester Journal story from Oct 20, 2010, titled State Senate candidates square off on the issues - The Manchester Journal. In it, The Manchester Journal reports that:

As election day edges closer, four candidates - Democratic incumbents Dick Sears and Robert Hartwell and Republican challengers Gerald Woodard and Patricia Blair - are embroiled in a fight for the two open state Senate seats.

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VoteCarefully

South Hadley, MA

#1 Oct 22, 2010
Where does Republican State Senate Candidate Patricia Blair stand on the following issues?

Gay Marriage?
Fetal Homicide?
Womens rights?
Womens choice?

Blair does not mention these issues on the issues page of her website and has yet to speak about them in public or to the media since announcing her campaign.

http://nocache.intuitwebsites.com/hstrial-Pat...

So the question is how did Boston College Professor Scott T. Fitzgibbon come to become interested in contributing to Blair's campaign? Out of the blue Scott T. Fitzgibbon makes a $1,000 contribution to Blair's campaign?

http://vermont-elections.org/elections1/81710...

Where did Scott T. Fitzgibbon come from?

Lets talk about Scott T. Fitzgibbon's special interest.

Scott T. Fitzgibbon is Pro-Life and Anti-Gay Marriage.

Pro-Life...

http://www.wickedlocal.com/belmont/homepage/x ...

Anti-gay marriage...

http://abovethelaw.com/2009/09/boston-college ...

So we know what this Boston, Massachusetts resident is interested but what does he expect of a Bennington, Vermont State Senate candidate?

We all know why Blair is running but when is she going to publicly admit why she is running rather than covering it up with other issues???????

Come on Blair we all know that you read and write to these forums in other names now it's time that you stop the sham and address these issues under your own name!

We pay taxes in your district and want to know, what are you are really up to!

What other special interest contributions have been made to her campaign in the last month? We don't know because she never filed an October Campaign Finance Disclosure Report which had a deadline of October 15, 2010.

http://vermont-elections.org/elections1/2010_...

Interesting how we won't know until after the election in the subsequent and final Campaign Finance Disclosure Reports what contributions were made for the last month.

If you are interested in protecting abortion, womens rights and same sex marriage you now know how to vote on Tuesday November 2nd.
JDog

South Hadley, MA

#2 Oct 23, 2010
I'm for all those things and thats why I'm voting for Dick Sears and Bob Hartwell.

This will keep Blair and her secret special interest agenda out of government.

This will also keep Woodard and his interest in keeping that leaky nuke junk pile out of government and out of business.
TicTocTicToc

South Hadley, MA

#3 Oct 26, 2010
Please don't forget to vote!

Tuesday November 2nd!

6872
truth is

Brookline, MA

#4 Oct 26, 2010
TicTocTicToc wrote:
Please don't forget to vote!
Tuesday November 2nd!
6872
Yup it's coming. You might have to get over yourself.... Even if they don't get it, it will be because Sear's and Heartwell took a hell of alot more money from special interest groups like Planned Parenthood and the ACLU! Don't for a minute think their seats are not bought!
DogPound

South Hadley, MA

#5 Oct 26, 2010
It was plain to see that out of state total stranger anti gay marriage and pro life advocate Boston College Professor Scott T. Fitzgibbon was trying to buy Blair or financially help her get the state senate job with that $1,000 contribution. He gave and she accepted after telling everyone that she wouldn't do that. It even says on her website "We need strong representation in Montpelier, who's only special interest is you!" Who was she talking to? That out of state total stranger anti gay marriage and pro life advocate Boston College Professor Scott T. Fitzgibbon? She spoke loud and he heard her!

Thats why WE at the DogPound are voting for DICK SEARS and BOB HARTWELL on TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2ND!
Bauer

South Hadley, MA

#6 Nov 2, 2010
No need to say a word more. It's usually unsportsman like to shoot a sitting duck but you only have one shell/vote left and the duck/Blair is about to fly.

6866

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