Obviously you know very little about Legislative positions. In MA you can work it part time while you run your own law practice or you can work it full time. No, it is not an 8-5 job, but you could be at a breakfast at 7 am, attending meetings and make calls during the day, and have meeting nights and weekends. So no, it is not a full time job in the traditional sense, but there are Legislators who put in over 80 hours a week for between $55,000 and $80,000 a year. Don't judge until you do. Got to the State House and see what really happens. Or, even, better spend a day with your Rep or Sen and see if you still feel the same.Please people dont ever say being a politician is a full time job that makes eveyone who actually works for a living a bad name. remember there out til january and these scumbags are still getting a pay chack for DOING NOTHING!!!!!!!!!!
Apr 1, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Everett Independent
With the Tuesday April 13 special senate election looming, Everett City Councilor Sal DiDomenico and Cambridge Attorney Tim Flaherty are locked in a heated race where both candidates are tending to throw all their resources into a final battle ending when the last vote has been cast on primary day.
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