Chairman’s Corner – January 2015

Greetings, What a year 2014 turned out to be—a year full of exciting changes and vast improvements. The Commonwealth will be forever changed because of the hard work and dedication from individuals like yourself. Continue reading

State GOP Chairmen Wager Friendly Bet for Super Bowl Game

BOSTON – MassGOP Chairman Kirsten Hughes and Washington State GOP Chairman Sarah Hutchison have agreed to a friendly wager via Twitter over the results of the Super Bowl Game between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks. Continue reading

Hughes Re-elected MassGOP Chairman

BOSTON–  The Massachusetts Republican State Committee tonight voted overwhelmingly to re-elect Kirsten Hughes as chairman of the MassGOP. Continue reading

MassGOP Statement Regarding Senator Edward Brooke

BOSTON– The following is a statement from the MassGOP Chairman, Kirsten Hughes in response to the passing of Senator Edward Brooke: Continue reading

Kelcourse Secures Victory in the 1st Essex District

BOSTON – Three days of hand recounts in Newburyport, Salisbury and Amesbury have confirmed Republican James Kelcourse won the election for State Representative from the 1st Essex District by 12 votes on November 4th. Continue reading

DeCoste Secures Victory in the 5th Plymouth District

BOSTON – Yesterday, after two days of hand recounts, Representative Rhonda Nyman (D-Hanover) conceded the race in the 5th Plymouth District. Republican Representative-elect David DeCoste officially won the seat by 49 votes. Continue reading

Statement From MassGOP Chairman Regarding Rep. Beaton’s Appointment

BOSTON – Today the MassGOP Chairman, Kristen Hughes released the following statement regarding Rep. Matt Beaton’s appointment:   Continue reading

Statement of Chairman Kirsten Hughes Regarding Election Results

BOSTON – MassGOP Chairman Kirsten Hughes today released the following statement:   Continue reading

Caught On Tape: Coakley Says MA “Doesn’t Need Fixing”

BOSTON – Yesterday, Attorney General Martha Coakley proudly stated Massachusetts “doesn’t need fixing” before calling for greater state spending and higher taxes. Continue reading

MassGOP Files Ethics Complaint Regarding AG Coakley’s Conflict Of Interest Controversy

BOSTON – Today, the Massachusetts Republican State Party filed a complaint with the Ethics Commission after The Boston Globe reported Attorney General Martha Coakley did not disclose an apparent conflict of interest. Continue reading