Clean Sweep Beacon Hill

Working for Democracy by Voting the Bums Out

Statewide Races


Governor & Lieutenant Governor

Charlie Baker web campaign Richard Tisei web campaign
Tim Cahill web campaign Paul Loscocco web campaign
Deval Patrick web campaign Tim Murray web campaign
Jill Stein web campaign Rick Purcell web campaign

Attorney General

Martha Coakley web campaign

Secretary of the Commonwealth

Bill Campbell web campaign
Bill Gavin web campaign
Jim Henderson web campaign

State Treasurer

Tim Cahill web campaign
Steve Grossman web campaign
Steve Murphy web campaign
Karyn Polito web campaign

State Auditor

Suzanne Bump web campaign
Mary Connaughton web campaign
Nat Fortune web campaign
Guy Glodis web campaign
Kamal Jain web campaign
Mike Lake web campaign

United States House of Representatives

1st District

John W. Olver web campaign
William L. Gunn Jr. web campaign

2nd District

Richard E. Neal web campaign
Jay S. Fleitman web campaign
Thomas A. Wesley web campaign

3rd District

James P. McGovern web campaign
Robert J. Chipman web campaign
Robert Delle web campaign
Brian J. Herr web campaign
Martin A. Lamb web campaign
Michael P. Stopa web campaign

4th District

Barney Frank web campaign
Rachel Brown web campaign
Sean DM Bielat web campaign
Earl H. Sholley web campaign

5th District

Nicola S. Tsongas web campaign
Jonathan A. Golnik web campaign
Sam S. Meas web campaign
Robert L. Shapiro web campaign
Thomas J. M. Weaver web campaign

6th District

John F. Tierney web campaign
Bill Hudak web campaign
Robert J. McCarthy Jr. web campaign

7th District

Edward J. Markey web campaign
Gerry Dembrowski web campaign
Tom Tierney web campaign

8th District

Michael E. Capuano web campaign

9th District

Stephen F. Lynch web campaign
MacDonald K. D’Allessandro web campaign
Vernon Harrison web campaign
Keith P. Lepor web campaign

10th District

William R. Keating web campaign
Robert A. O’Leary web campaign
Robert E. Hayden web campaign
Raymond Kasperowicz web campaign
Joseph Daniel Malone web campaign
Jeffrey Davis Perry web campaign

2 Comments »

  1. This is great. This list will be very helpful to me.

    Might I suggest adding an initial to their names to indicate their party?

    Comment by Lynne | June 8, 2010 | Reply

    • I thought about labeling the names as to party but decided against it for two reasons:

      1. Not everyone has declared and independent candidates have more time
      2. The more I think about this, the more I see party as being part of the problem and that we should look at our local candidates as people first and party members second.

      Thanks for writing (I am paying attention and if there are more complaints, we will be adding party designators).

      Richard

      Comment by cleansweepbeaconhill | June 8, 2010 | Reply


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