Needham, MA -     The mailer from the Republican candidate Shawn Dooley claims he wants to be "a voice for the people."   ...that he is independent, and not ideological.  He wants to help people regardless of the issues.   Could that explain why he holds no positions on the issues of the day? How could he hold no positions?  He is running as a Republican.  Sounds empty.

In his campaign literature, Rep. Dooley sounds like a very nice guy.  He is from Norfolk.  He's a coach.  All good.  And yet, despite running for an important political office, he puts "people before politics."  Does that mean, one day, he might deny that the political process, we call democracy, is working.  Is it possible, that he might want to put his "people" before the proper, politically elected candidates?  Just what does he mean?

Senator Becca Rausch has taken political positions that represent the beleaguered majority on health care, women's rights, union labor, the environment, education and the economy.

What got me riled was the official Dooley flyer that smeared Senator Rausch as "Recession Rausch" blaming her for the inflation of energy prices, fees and taxes, while showing no way forward for the Commonwealth, on his part.  Time for the voting public to step up.

Rally 4 Rausch on Tuesday!

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