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SCOTT BROWN SAYS "THANK YOU, CHATHAM REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE!"

The Chatham RTC made Scott Brown's re-election to the Senate its Number One priority at its organizational meeting in April, 2012. That began an intense period of work for Scott. The committee volunteered to host a fundraiser in July and obtained advance commitments to convince his campaign staff the event in a small town such as Chatham would indeed be worthwhile for the senator to attend. The July fundraiser brought in over $113,000 for the senator's campaign, an amount that astonished even the senator. More than 300 supporters attended the event. Our success was in large part due to the the generous support of our seasonal residents, for whose assistance we are especially grateful.

This past 4th of July Independence Day Parade also celebrated Chatham's tricentenniel. As befits our determination to represent the future, the Chatham Republicans were the culminating act of the parade, consisting of dozens of marchers and patriotically decorated vehicles, proclaiming our support for Scott Brown. We were joined by colleagues from the surrounding towns of Harwich, Brewster and Orleans. As we went by , the response from the huge crowd, estimated at close to 40,000, was loud and overwhelmingly supportive of our backing of Scott Brown.

In August we began our Get Out the Vote effort which ran through 8 p.m. on Election Day by opening our headquarters downtown on Main Street.

The Chatham RTC volunteered to join the nine MassVictory regional offices in the Scott Brown Calling Network to reach out to independents and Democrats all across Massachusetts. Using the ten Network phones that were installed, our volunteers made many tens of thousands of calls in Chatham, across the Cape and statewide for Scott and our other Republican candidates.

We did standouts at busy intersections, held TV debate watch parties, staged open houses at our headquarters, ran ads in the local paper, blanketed Chatham with Scott Brown signs and finished up on Election Day with poll watching and an all-day standout in front of the Community Center, where the election was held. At 6 p.m., the standout contingent for Scott and our other candidates numbered 14 to one for the Democrats.

Despite all our efforts Scott did not win statewide. However, he carried Chatham handily 55% to 45%. Although Mitt Romney did not stage a campaign in Massachusetts, the committee bought Romney signs in Alabama and placed many throughout the town. Mitt got his second best vote on the Cape in Chatham, losing by just nine votes. Altogether, close to 150 volunteers worked on the fundraising and Get Out the Vote drive in Chatham.

In addition, the newly formed Lower Cape Republican Coalition came together weekends for substantial standouts in Orleans, Harwich and Chatham, mustering anywhere from 40 to 55 people each weekend to hold signs and wave at passing motorists.

The senator was most appreciative of everything we did and was kind enough to record a special thank you, which you can see here.

The support we helped build for the senator may well have positve effects beyond Election Day. It certainly appears as if Senator Kerry will be appointed Secretary of State in the second Obama administration. If so, we are convinced that Scott Brown will run for the open seat and will win. Despite losing to Massachusetts' first woman senator, Scott Brown is very popular. He was outpolling his oppenent Warren in popularity right through Election Day. He had been an excellent senator and it is generally acknowledged, even by those who voted for his opponent, that he went to Washington and did just as said he would do, be a moderating force to help end the destructive polarization that is crippling the nation.

Governor Patrick has stated he will only appoint as an interim senator someone who will not run in the special election. He correctly says it would be incompatible for an interim senator serving about four months to also be campaigning at the same time for the special election. This position would be similar to tht which the Governor took in connection with the 2010 special election which Scott won. By one calculation, by Professor William Jacobson of Cornell, the special election would be held sometime in June.

There can be life after defeat and we see a new life in the U.S. Senate for Scott Brown.

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A FEW WORDS FROM CHATHAM ON THE ELECTION

The election was a disaster. There is no other word to describe it.

We’ll have more to say in time.

We shut down our Chatham headquarters the day after and the phones are off and the building is silent.

For now, we want to thank the many volunteers with whom we worked to advance the cause of good government, principally by pouring our efforts into the Scott Brown re-election effort.

Our newly formed town committee in April pledged to make Scott’s re-election our principal goal. We contacted his committee and offered to hold a fundraiser. We started work on raising money in April for Scott and succeeded in helping him a great deal with a spectacular fundraiser that brought in over $113,000 in late July. Did any other local Republican committee do as well? We don’t know, but we know we did very well.

After a short pause for a bit of rest, we shifted our focus in August to turning out votes on Election Day and that effort was in full force till early election night.

In Chatham for months and weeks and days our HQ phones on the Scott Brown Calling Network were humming as volunteers filled the office. They came from Chatham and Harwich and Brewster and Eastham and other towns. We were the only local party committee supplementing Scott’s regional offices in the calling network, as far as we know. On our Chatham volunteer list, we had over 120.

Around the Lower Cape, volunteers blanketed the streets (Chatham especially so) with Scott Brown and Romney/Ryan signs. Our weekly standouts involved anywhere from 30 to 55 Lower Cape volunteers from Barnstable to Truro. Our newly revived Lower Cape Republican Coalition brought people together.

In honesty, when we woke up on November 7th we couldn’t say we had left much undone that we could do to re-elect Scott Brown. For a small town of some 6,000 we can be proud of what we accomplished.

We want to give special recognition to Marie Acton and Mary Jane Crea who kept the Chatham headquarters open from 10 to 8 six days a week and mobilized so many volunteers with good humor, grace and persistence. They were the essential ingredient in what we were able to do.

We are especially sad, distressed, angry and embarrassed that what we all did wasn’t enough to re-elect Scott and that a glib cheater and liar like Elizabeth Warren will be taking the place of a fine honest man of integrity and an excellent senator in the U.S. Senate.

In Massachusetts, and it also seems the country, it appears as if character doesn’t matter anymore. If it did, Scott Brown and Romney/Ryan would be celebrating victories.

Can the America of freedom, individual responsibility, self-reliance, initiative and, yes, morality be regained? We can’t say, but we clearly are headed in the opposite direction.

In the end, Scott carried the Cape narrowly. Chatham (55-45) to Bourne and Sandwich went for Scott. Mitt lost the Cape by a substantial margin, but Chatham by only 3 votes with about 4500 cast, actually his second best showing on the Cape.

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Again, thanks to all who pitched in. We have learned a lot. We live to fight again.

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THREE DAYS TO VICTORY!

CHATHAM REPUBLICAN HEADQUARTERS
Co-Managers Marie Acton and Mary Jane Crea
393 Main Street, Chatham, MA 02633
508 348 1274 Scott4Us@gmail.com
www.chathamrepublicans.com
10 to 8, Sunday 12 to 6

Sunday, November 4, 2012 -- Three days to make victory happen!
Campaign Schedule.
Today, Headquarters open 12 to 6, Join us to phone on the Scott Brown Calling Network urging votes for Scott. Volunteer drop-ins welcome, Call to sign up 508 348 1274.
Monday, November 5, 10 to 8, Last day before Election, Headquarters open all day for preparation for Election Day and critical phoning on the Scott Brown Calling Network to get voters out to vote. Call to sign up 508 348 1274 or just come to headquarters.
Tuesday, November 6, 6:30am – 9:30pm, Election Day. Volunteers needed for phoning, standouts, driving to polls, errands and other tasks. Come to headquarters to offer help or call 508 348 174.

Scott's going to win with our help!

Campaign notes.
Scott's statewide bus tour with wife Gail and their two daughters hit Grumpy's in Dennis Saturday monring for breakfast. There was a huge crowd filling the restaurant and spilling out into the parking lot to hear from Scott and the rest of the family.

Click on pictures for larger images.

Later in the day there was an inpromptu standout in Chatham for which more than 25 magically appeared on a couple of hours' notice. Great reception from the passing vehicles, honking horns and thumbs up aplenty.

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Meanwhile, the phones in the Scott Brown Chatham Headquarters were busy all day as volunteers placed calls urging folks to vote for Scott. Schedulers were lining callers up for Sunday, Monday and Tuesday as well and volunteers for Election Day.

Call in to offer your help. Join this winning effort! 508 348 1274

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SCOTT BROWN MAKES THE CASE FOR SCOTT BROWN


What is probably Scott's final ad is now up and getting a great reaction. You can help keep the ad on the air by going to the white box to the right and donating to Scott whatever you can right now. While you are over there, go to the blue box and make a contribution to our Scott Brown Chatham campaign.

Scott has earned the trust of his colleagues, which is why he has been able to accomplish so much in such a short time in the Senate. He is honest and straightforward and his word is good. You cannot become a leading bipartisan senator without being trustworthy.

Imagine Elizabeth Warren in the Senate. She wouldn't be a leader in solving problems, she would be another ideological obstace to overcome. Her history of cheating and lying will precede her and color everything she says and does. She will be an embarrassment to the Senate as she is now to Harvard Law School.

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FIVE DAYS TO VICTORY!

CHATHAM REPUBLICAN HEADQUARTERS
Co-Managers Marie Acton and Mary Jane Crea
393 Main Street, Chatham, MA 02633
508 348 1274 Scott4Us@gmail.com
www.chathamrepublicans.com
10 to 8, Sunday 12 to 6

Friday, November 2nd
Upcoming Events.
Every day, including today, Headquarters open, Phoning on the Scott Brown Calling Network urging votes for Scott, volunteer drop-ins welcome, 10 to 8. Call to sign up 508 348 1274.
Friday, November 2, 2012, 1pm – Congressional Debate among Republican Chris Sheldon, Democrat William Keating and Independent Daniel Botelho, Harwich High School, Oak Street, Harwich Center hosted by the U.S. Government students of the high school. Oak Street is off Main Street just after Brooks Park on the right coming from Chatham or East Harwich.
Saturday, November 3, 9am – Senator Scott Brown’s statewide bus tour stops for breakfast at Grumpy’s on Route 6A in Dennis. It’s the last chance to see Scott before Election Day at this end of the Cape, in all likelihood.
Saturday, November 3, 12pm -- Former State Senator Jo Ann Sprague and husband Warren will lead a band of standouts for Scott Brown at either the Chatham rotary or the Chatham Village Market in Chatham at high noon. She knows Scott almost better than anyone having served with him in the Massachusetts State Senate. She cannot think of of a better senator for Massachusetts, respected by all, a man who bridges the divides and gets things done. Elizabeth Warren may speak well, but she has no record of successfully working with anyone, even her Democratic colleagues when she was in Washington. Even the president wouldn't nominate her to head the agency she supposedly drafted the legislation for.
Sunday, November 4, Noon to 6. Headquarters open for phoning on the Scott Brown Calling Network to urge votes for Scott. Call to sign up 508 348 1274.
Monday, November 5, 10 to 8, Last day before Election, Headquarters open all day for preparation and phoning on the Scott Brown Calling Network to urge votes for Scott. Call to sign up 508 348 1274. We need your help.
Tuesday, November 6, 6:30am – 9:30pm, Election Day. Volunteers needed: Phoning, poll watching, standout, driving to polls, errands and other tasks.

Scott's going to win and we are helping make it happen!

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CAMPAIGN LITERATURE TO PRINT OUT AND USE ON CAPE COD

Here are two great (if we might say so!) campaign flyers to print out and distribute.

The Scott Brown flyer gives ten reasons (out of many) to re-elect Scott Brown, who has been an extraordinarly successful first term senator representing all of the people of Massachusetts.

ScottForAll.pdf

This flyer is for Barnstable County and explains why from Mitt Romney down through the ticket the Republicans have the better team.

GetAmericaMoving.pdf

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SIX DAYS TO VICTORY STARTING TODAY!!

CHATHAM REPUBLICAN HEADQUARTERS
Co-Managers Marie Acton and Mary Jane Crea
393 Main Street, Chatham, MA 02633
508 348 1274 Scott4Us@gmail.com
www.chathamrepublicans.com
10 to 8, Sunday 12 to 6

Thursday, November 1st
Upcoming Events.
Every day, including today, Headquarters open, Phoning on the Scott Brown Calling Network urging votes for Scott, volunteer drop-ins welcome, 10 to 8. Call to sign up 508 348 1274.
Thursday, November 1, 2012, 5pm – Election Day Planning Meeting, Chatham Community Center Most important meeting of year. Please all come.
Friday, November 2, 2012, 1pm – Congressional Debate among Republican Chris Sheldon, Democrat William Keating and Independent Daniel Botelho, Harwich High School, Oak Street, Harwich Center hosted by the U.S. Government students of the high school. Oak Street is off Main Street just after Brooks Park on the right coming from Chatham or East Harwich.
Saturday, November 3, 9am – Senator Scott Brown’s statewide bus tour stops for breakfast at Grumpy’s on Route 6A in Dennis. It’s the last chance to see Scott before Election Day at this end of the Cape, in all likelihood.
Saturday, November 3, 12pm -- Former State Senator Jo Ann Sprague and husband Warren will lead a band of standouts for Scott Brown at either the Chatham rotary or the Chatham Village Market in Chatham at high noon. She knows Scott almost better than anyone having served with him in the Massachusetts State Senate. She cannot think of of a better senator for Massachusetts, respected by all, a man who bridges the divides and gets things done. Elizabeth Warren may speak well, but she has no record of successfully working with anyone, even her Democratic colleagues when she was in Washington. Even the president wouldn't nominate her to head the agency she supposedly drafted the legislation for.
Sunday, November 4, Noon to 6. Headquarters open for phoning on the Scott Brown Calling Network to urge votes for Scott. Call to sign up 508 348 1274.
Monday, November 5, 10 to 8, Last day before Election, Headquarters open all day for preparation and phoning on the Scott Brown Calling Network to urge votes for Scott. Call to sign up 508 348 1274. We need your help.
Tuesday, November 6, 6:30am – 9:30pm, Election Day. Volunteers needed: Phoning, poll watching, standout, driving to polls, errands and other tasks. Come to planning meeting Thursday, November 1, 5pm, Chatham Community Center.

Scott's going to win and we are helping make it happen!

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SCOTT BROWN VOLUNTEERS WORKING DOWN THE STRETCH

CHATHAM REPUBLICAN HEADQUARTERS
Co-Managers Marie Acton and Mary Jane Crea
393 Main Street, Chatham, MA 02633
508 348 1274 Scott4Us@gmail.com
www.chathamrepublicans.com
10 to 8, Sunday 12 to 6

October 31, 2012 - Happy Halloween!
Upcoming Events.
Every day, including today, Headquarters open, Phoning on the Scott Brown Calling Network urging votes for Scott, volunteer drop-ins welcome, 10 to 8. Call to sign up 508 348 1274.
Thursday, November 1, 2012, 5pm – Election Day Planning Meeting, Chatham Community Center Most important meeting of year. Please all come.
Friday, November 2, 2012, 1pm – Congressional Debate among Republican Chris Sheldon, Democrat William Keating and Independent Daniel Botelho, Harwich High School, Oak Street, Harwich Center hosted by the U.S. Government students of the high school. Oak Street is off Main Street just after Brooks Park on the right coming from Chatham or East Harwich.
Saturday, November 3, 9am – Senator Scott Brown’s statewide bus tour stops for breakfast at Grumpy’s on Route 6A in Dennis. It’s the last chance to see Scott before Election Day at this end of the Cape, in all likelihood.
Sunday, November 4, Noon to 6. Headquarters open for phoning on the Scott Brown Calling Network to urge votes for Scott. Call to sign up 508 348 1274.
Monday, November 5, 10 to 8, Last day before Election, Headquarters open all day for preparation and phoning on the Scott Brown Calling Network to urge votes for Scott. Call to sign up 508 348 1274.
Tuesday, November 6, 6:30am – 9:30pm, Election Day. Volunteers needed: Phoning, poll watching, standout, driving to polls, errands and other tasks. Come to planning meeting Thursday, November 1, 5pm, Chatham Community Center.

Scott's going to win and we are helping make it happen!

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SCOTT BROWN WOWS BIG CROWD IN CHATHAM

Scott Brown came to Chatham to a fundraiser organized by the Scott Brown Chatham initiative of the Chatham Republican Town Committee. Scott spoke to about 300 Cape Cod folks under the tent at the home of Elaine Gibbs, who graciously made her place available for this event. Chairman Fran Meaney thanked Elaine for her hospitality which made the event possible and called on Mary Z Connaugton, top Republican statewide vote getter in 2010 running for State Auditor, to introduce Scott.

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ENEMY OF THE PUBLIC: PUBLIC EMPLOYEE UNIONS


In 2012 Scott Brown will be vulnerable to the money and muscle of the public unions as will the Republican candidate for president. The outrage is that the money originates with taxpayers who pay taxes for government services but get instead fat and growing government payrolls voted by their elected representatives.

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SCOTT BROWN WOWS THEM IN WORCESTER

Scott Brown drew thousands to Worcester Sunday for a rally in Mechanics Hall. A supporter captures some of the excitement on video.


Boston's Channel 7 also covered the Worcester rally:


Here's Scott's speech:

Thank you very much. What a privilege it is to share the stage with John Ratzenberger, Lenny Clarke, Doug Flutie, Curt Schilling, Fred Smerlas, Steve DeOssie, and many, many others - and my favorite singer, Ayla Brown.

As you know, Curt Schilling made the news just a couple of days ago when my opponent didn't recognize his name. Of all the many false accusations she's made in this campaign, one of the strangest was to call Curt Schilling a Yankee fan. Let me properly identify the guy she's been smearing on the radio: His name is Curt Schilling, formerly of the World Champion Red Sox - you know, a baseball team that plays at Fenway Park.

Doug Flutie, what can I say, great guy, great career, and I am proud you are here. John Ratzenberger, a wonderful actor, you brought a lot of laughs to us during your many years with Cheers. Fred and Steve, you are legends and good friends. Ayla, thank you for again sharing your beautiful voice. Millions have seen her on national TV, and going through this campaign I've got an idea of what Ayla went through on "American Idol." She had to deal with Simon Cowell, and I had to deal with David Gergen.

Our campaign is going strong, and the finish line is in sight. The day of decision is almost here. The whole nation is watching, but the choice on Election Day belongs to you and no one else. Friends and fellow citizens, I'm Scott Brown, I'm from Wrentham, I drive a truck and I'm asking for your vote.

Continue reading "SCOTT BROWN WOWS THEM IN WORCESTER"

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SCOTT BROWN MOMENTUM GROWING: GET GOVERNMEN SPENDING UNDER CONTROL

Scott Brown's latest TV commercial about voters' concern about uncontrolled government spending in Washington:

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SCOTT BROWN WILL FIGHT TO KEEP THIS NATION SAFE

You know where Scott Brown stands on defending our nation.

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SCOTT BROWN SCORES WITH TV AD -- CUT TAXES TO CREATE JOBS!

Scott Brown's first TV ad is a winner!!! Help Scott win on January 19th.
Donate now!


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WORCESTER TELEGRAM ENDORSES SCOTT BROWN

The Worcester Telegram endorsed John Kerry, Obama and now -- Scott Brown. And it's owned by the New York Times. The wind is blowing Scott's way!


Brown for Senate

Worcester Telegram

Massachusetts needs balance in Washington

Sunday, January 10, 2010

The special Senate election on Jan. 19 presents Massachusetts voters with an opportunity to send a message to the rest of the nation that it is time to curb the bad habits of Washington and bring a measure of thoughtful balance to this state’s delegation on Capitol Hill. On a number of critical issues, including health-care reform, taxation, immigration, job creation and national security, Congress is likely to face razor-thin votes in the months and years ahead that will involve billions of our dollars and profoundly shape the nation’s economic prospects and the freedom and security of all Americans.

Continue reading "WORCESTER TELEGRAM ENDORSES SCOTT BROWN"

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