Coakley finances reveal no assets

Full story: Berkshire Eagle
Financial disclosure forms filed by Attorney General Martha Coakley in her bid for the U.S. Senate offer an unusual revelation: Despite a six-figure salary, she has no reportable assets worth over $1,000. Primary residences are excluded from the form, and Coakley owns a house in Medford, but her staff would offer little other insight into what she ... Full Story
Hank

Holyoke, MA

#1 Nov 17, 2009
Is this the same Pagliucca that is spending tons of money on TV ads, telling us all how he is going to screw Wall St. when he gets into the Senate? Talk about the hand that fed you!!
Bill Carson

Providence, RI

#2 Nov 18, 2009
Attorney General Martha Coakley may have invested in former state rep Mark Howlands wind turbine business. Marks house burnt to the ground less than thirty days after he made an agreement with Martha Coakley about how he accidently took a couple of million dollars from 160 residents of SE Mass . Mark was banned from ever going in the renewable energy business in Massachusetts . Mark moved to Hawaii with his profits and opened up a biofence company in Hawaii . The most recent thing heard on the grapevine is Mark called Martha Nov 2 to let her know he is not going to pat the fine or pay back the people he owes . Like most convicted state politicians they always end up in Hawaii . The former speaker of the house Sal Dimasi has an ocean front home four doors down from former state rep Mark Howland ,

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