Tierney optimistic his district will survive redistricting
Despite population changes that require Massachusetts to give up one of its 10 seats in the U.S. House, Congressman John Tierney said he is confident his seat will not be sacrificed when state lawmakers redraw congressional district lines before the 2012 election.
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#1 Dec 22, 2010
it is time for john tierney to go. had enough of him 14 years is too long . he is part of more of the same: same old, sam,e old. he does not deserve to run again for re-election.
i hope bill hudak will reconsider run for congress in 2012.
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