I officially joined the Brown Campaign as an intern this morning, and the enthusiasm in the office is growing with every new member of the team. I cannot wait to learn the ropes and delve into campaigning. The experience that I will gain from working on this campaign is unique and cannot be reproduced in a classroom. College may prepare us for the real world, but there comes a point where we must jump in and experience it for ourselves.
Added by Elizabeth Allen on May 21, 2012 at 10:45am — No Comments
Creating a balanced budget is going to be incredibly important for the American economy over the next ten years while the rest of the world deleverages. While other countries, such as China, continue to increase their growth in GDP, the world is beginning to look elsewhere for a source of a stable currency away from the United States Dollar, which would make debt issuance incredibly difficult once the larger countries base their currencies off of another reserve currency. Typically,…Continue
Added by Steven Carleton on May 21, 2012 at 10:23am — No Comments
I started working at the Scott Brown Campaign HQ on May 7th. So far I have really enjoyed my experience. I have been able to gain real hands on experience on a political campaign working closely with the staff and doing some jobs that I would not normally get do if I were in a college classroom.
Added by Matthew Koski on May 18, 2012 at 2:20pm — No Comments
I recently started working at the Scott Brown Campaign HQ and it’s a great place to work. Everybody is really excited about what we’re doing and the entire staff is very friendly.
Added by Jeri Zucker on May 17, 2012 at 11:36am — No Comments
With interest rates on student loans set to rise this summer, the topic of how to keep college affordable is staking a claim in the political landscape of the 2012 elections. Ninety-four percent of students borrow to attend college and there is more than $1 trillion in outstanding debt, making this an issue that touches all corners Massachusetts, the country as a whole, and my generation in particular. There is, however, a right and a wrong way to go about solving the current student loan…Continue
Added by Grant Gilbard on May 15, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Jim McKenna, a former…Continue
Added by Kristi L. Devine on March 28, 2012 at 10:47pm — No Comments
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Added by Kristi L. Devine on March 28, 2012 at 10:33pm — No Comments
Officials in the government are judged on a constant basis each election cycle. With every election, the opposition to an incumbent attempts to establish an “improved” platform. Too often, the campaign between candidates becomes a finger-pointing contest based largely on sensationalized media and extrapolations of gaffes. At the end of the day, voters may simply vote for whomever their parents endorse, rendering the entire campaign essentially useless. Yet, in Massachusetts,…Continue
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I thought you would find this interesting to put it mildly! There are actually two messages here. The first is very interesting, but the second is absolutely astounding - and…Continue
Added by Bill Anderson on January 17, 2012 at 3:12pm — No Comments
Any Woman can join the "Women for Brown Coalition" to show their support for our Favorite Senator from Massachusetts! We host events for the Senator, are involved with all campaign activities and have a lot of fun doing those things! Please join today and ask your mother, grandmother, aunts, cousins, sisters, sister-in-law, girlfriends everyone to join! And whatever activities we do, men are always welcome!
Join us on Brown Brigade here AND on facebook…Continue
Added by Angela Davis, Women for Brown! on January 12, 2012 at 6:22pm — No Comments
My name is Kate and I have been interning with Mass. Victory on the Brown Campaign for about a month and a half now. I work with the amazing field staff who are getting this campaign ready for the official kick off next week.
It is a busy time here at the campaign. Now that campaign season is in full swing, thanks to the first presidential caucus in Iowa and primary in New Hampshire, there is always work to do. Every little bit of support helps!
Added by Kate Mowles on January 10, 2012 at 10:42am — No Comments
I'm new to this site, so I'm not sure if this has already been addressed, and I apologize if it has. I am an Iraq veteran supporting Senator Scott Brown for reelection. Especially considering his opponent in the upcoming election, I feel that it is very important to mobilize Scott Brown supporters on Election Day.
This may not win me many fans here, but three years ago while I was still on active duty, I volunteered for Barack Obama's campaign in North Carolina. I…Continue
I found an article at Boston.com (link embedded) that gives credit to Senator Brown (a high five in fact) for his ability to work across the aisle and because he doesn't always vote with the Republican Party.
The writer Jeff Fish goes on to write: "You may not agree…Continue
Added by David Bradburn on January 3, 2012 at 1:01pm — No Comments
Sen.Brown I did not agree with all your votes but you voted 75% what I believe. IF warren gets in she will vote 100% against what I believe in.boston firefighter DOC
Added by Daniel OConnor on December 29, 2011 at 7:47pm — No Comments
Brigadiers, I wanted to make sure you saw our latest video regarding the LCV's recent attack ad.
Please share this video on Facebook to ensure your friends and family see our response video. While Scott Brown's attackers have already spent millions of dollars in negative attacks, Scott is relying on you to help us…
Added by Jim Barnett on October 27, 2011 at 9:51am — No Comments
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I am an undergraduate studying to become a high school physics teacher. My passion for teaching comes from my belief that each and every student can succeed provided the proper guidance. No student, regardless of personal history, should ever be turned down before given a genuine chance. I have had the privilege of teaching summer school for two years, in which I have witnessed students improve not only their grades but also their critical thinking skills. All they truly needed were…Continue