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Some Facts Regarding Voting Records of Chair Candidates

by: Elizabeth Mahoney

Wed Jan 30, 2013 at 15:24:40 PM EST

UPDATE: I removed the links to the Pepperell information because, though public information, it included info on other Pepperell residents.  I am working to remove that other data and will repost the link to the document.

I would like to present the following facts related to the voting and registration records of both candidates for Party Chairman.  I have included links to documentation of these facts, with the exception of the GOP Data Center info.  I can provide screenshots of that info if people like.

I have endorsed Kirsten Hughes, but I present these facts without comment (and in alphabetical order of the candidates) in the hopes that they will add substance to the discussion that is underway on RMG.  Everyone can determine for themselves what weight, if any, to give each of these facts.


Rick Green registered to vote in Pepperell in 2003 at the age of 33 (Source: GOP Data Center; note, date of registration cannot be edited by users)

Rick Green voted in MA in 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010 (Source: GOP Data Center; note, data from 2012 not yet entered)

As recently as 2010, Rick Green was an Unenrolled voter (Source: Town of Pepperell 2010 residence listing)

In 2011, Rick Green changed his registration to Republican (Source: Town of Pepperell 2011 residence listing)

Kirsten Hughes registered to vote as a Republican in Quincy in 1998 at the age of 22 (Source: Kirsten Hughes Quincy voter registration card)

Kirsten Hughes registered to vote in New York City in 2004 as a Republican (Source: Board of Elections in the City of New York)

Kirsten Hughes voted in New York in 2004 and 2008 (by absentee ballot in 2008) (Source: Board of Elections in the City of New York)

Kirsten Hughes re-registered in Quincy in 2009 as a Republican (Source: Kirsten Hughes Quincy voter registration card)

Kirsten Hughes voted in MA in 2009 and 2010 (Source: GOP Data Center; note data for 2012 not yet entered)

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Ms. Mahoney is completely missing the issue. Kirsten claims to have 10+ years of activism.  What is she counting as activism? Where was did this activism take place?

According to Mr. Kaufman and Ms. Healey, she lives and breaths Republican politics in this state.

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If she was so concerned about this state as an activist, why didn't she change her registration when she returned in 2005 and vote for governor in 2006 in a crucial election which gave us Deval Patrick?????!!!!!!!!!!!!

If she was concerned with rebuilding the farm team for MA-GOP from the municipal level, why didn't she bother to vote in the 2007 Quincy Election?

Rick Green never made any claims akin to Kirsten Hughes'.

During his standard presentation, he readily admits that he didn't get seriously involved in politics until Scott Brown's special election.

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Hmmm. 2006, Healey for Gov. (5.00 / 2)
So she was endorsed by a person she didn't bother to vote for.

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