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Hey look!! I met the junior senator from Massachusetts - Sen. Ed Markey. He just won John Kerry’s vacation seat.

I didn’t realize how wicked tall he is. I did tell him he’s doing a “helluva job.” He chuckled and said “thanks.” We’re totally, like, best friends now.

Also, please excuse my hair, the hotel had shitty product and I look like I washed with Crisco. But whatever, my new bestie is a senator. So there.

Hey look!! I met the junior senator from Massachusetts - Sen. Ed Markey. He just won John Kerry’s vacation seat.

I didn’t realize how wicked tall he is. I did tell him he’s doing a “helluva job.” He chuckled and said “thanks.” We’re totally, like, best friends now.

Also, please excuse my hair, the hotel had shitty product and I look like I washed with Crisco. But whatever, my new bestie is a senator. So there.

Filed under politics this was the weekend for me blurting stuff out

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Rep. Michaud's op-ed column: Yes, I'€™m gay. Now let'€™s get our state back on track | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram

So I wasn’t surprised to learn about the whisper campaigns, insinuations and push-polls some of the people opposed to my candidacy have been using to raise questions about my personal life. They want people to question whether I am gay.

Allow me to save them the trouble with a simple, honest answer: “Yes I am. But why should it matter?” (Read More.)

Filed under LGBTQ Politics Maine Rep. Michaud Union guy

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Sad Trombone.

There is nothing more pathetic than a political candidate’s Twitter and Facebook accounts after they lose.

It’s all breathless, every ten minute updates and then …. nothing. For days. And then maybe a sad little “I’m still alive” update.

A notable exception is Boston City Councillor Felix Arroyo who is tweeting and FBing like a boss. That’s right, Felix, you ran a damn good race. No hiding, baby.

Filed under politics social media felix is doing it right

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The City Of Boston Just Made Some History.

The Democratic nominee for the State Senate 1st Suffolk District is Linda Dorcena Forry, a woman of color. Forry is a long-time state representative and a native of Dorchester.

Long known as the “Southie seat” and once held by Billy Bulger, the district covers neighborhoods across Boston, including Southie, Dorchester, Mattapan and Hyde Park.

Way to go Linda!! Let’s bring it home in June.

Filed under politics history boston

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There are some people in politics and in the press who can’t be confused by the facts. They just will not live in an evidence-based world. And that’s regrettable.
Hillary Clinton

Filed under Politics Amen