Senate endorsement

Full story: Lowell Sun 7
In the Republican primary race for U.S. Senate, voters have the option of supporting either state Sen. Full Story
Tony

Tewksbury, MA

#1 Dec 5, 2009
He's my choice. He's a bit RINO, but a total conservative could never win a Senate race in this state. I was thinking of voting for one of the Democrats so another Democrat wouldn't win, but like the editor said the Democratic candidates are uninspiring and all they try to do is to "out-liberal each other".
Concerned citizen

Concord, MA

#2 Dec 5, 2009
Perhaps a real "change" and "hope" will come to Massachusetts? Hard to believe, but " together we can". I agree with Toni, Brown is not a real conservative but I'll take him if the alternative is what we can get from the other four candidates.
Betty

Chelmsford, MA

#3 Dec 5, 2009
Jack E Robinson describes himself as "progressive." It sounds like he is trying to out-liberal the Democrats.

When Republicans controlled the Congress and White House, Democrats were left out of the process, and they rammed thru bad ideas.

Now that Democrats control the Congress, Republicans are being left out of the process, and some bad ideas are beging rammed thru.

I would like to see more balance so they have to work together, and hopefully do what is best for our country, not the special interest groups.
Maltese Falcon

Newport, NH

#4 Dec 5, 2009
The Lowell Sun is irrelevant.

Brown opposed single payer health care? So what? That's not what's on the table. It never has been. It hasn't even been discussed. I don't know what Jim Campanini is referring to on that one.

And he's against same-sex marriage? This is mentioned like it's a good thing. Newsflash: it isn't. It's been years since SSM was legalized. Have any heteros been adversely affected? No.

Way to take a stand on the pressing issues of our time. I hear Campanini is going to volunteer for Afghanistan since he's had such a hard on for war.
justsayen

Bolton, MA

#5 Dec 5, 2009
Jack E has my vote. Brown should not be encouraged. He is a liberal democrat with an r beside his name and must be rejected. A little pain now until a real conservative runs.
President Hussein

Tyngsboro, MA

#7 Dec 5, 2009
As long as good ol' Red Ted is not going back! I would support Brown as well. The rest are died in the wool commies.
lowellworker

Stoneham, MA

#8 Dec 5, 2009
The Sun is a shill for ANY Republican!
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