The sleepy governor's race stirred to life yesterday, with Attorney
General Thomas F. Reilly charging that voters "cannot trust"
Democratic rival Deval L. Patrick on taxes, and Patrick firing back
that Reilly has switched positions on the issue.
Adam and David,I read both of your posts on my story. I hope you'll post my response as well. To wit:First, thanks for the plug.
He loves to cuss, gets a jolly when a mountain biker wipes out trying to keep up with him, and now we're learning that the first frat boy loves flatulence jokes.
August 9, 2006Office of Campaign and Political Finance Michael J. Sullivan, DirectorOne Ashburton Place, Room 411Boston, MA 02108DELIVERED BY HANDDear Mr. Sullivan:We, the undersigned Massachusetts labor officials, write to call your attention to clear and egregious violations of Massachusetts campaign finance laws by The Campaign to Stop Killer Coke (“Killer Coke”), its corporate parent, a New York state for-profit corporation called Corporate Campaign, Inc.