Watertown's Semonian Launches Campaign for GOP State Committeeman

Robert Semonian seeks reelection to the Massachusetts Republican State Committee.

Watertown's Robert A. Semonian will seek another term as the Republican State Committeeman for the Second Suffolk and Middlesex district, which includes Watertown, Belmont and parts of Boston.

During his time on as a committeeman he has served as chairman of Ethnic Outreach for the Massachusetts Republican Party, according to an article on PanArmenian.net.

“I am most proud of the policy and program initiatives that have proven important to the state Party’s outreach to the recruitment and training of dozens of qualified candidates who have represented the Republican Party with integrity, can-do spirit and electoral success," Semonian said in the article. "I take great pride during my many years on the State Committee with uniting various political factions and helping to create a positive forward looking agenda for action. I do not believe and never resorted to name calling and negative attacks on my opponents or adversaries of the Republican Party."

Semonian is involved in the campaigns for Sen. Scott Brown and presidential candidate Mitt Romney, and has served as a trustee of MassBay Community College.

He also is treasurer and director of the Improper Bostonian Magazine.

Semonian faces in the race for Republican State Committeeman. The election is March 6. Aylward is the chairman of the Watertown Republican Town Committee and a former Watertown School Committee member.

John DiMascio March 05, 2012 at 03:13 PM
John DiMascio March 05, 2012 at 08:12 PM
How much worse can you get than 11% enrollment? Please Sonny, it's time you hang up your personal issues with Steve. You've made a career out of knocking him under different aliases. You're the one people can see right through.
wp sams March 05, 2012 at 10:58 PM
ah, sonny, i'm not john dimascio. just trying to figure out the best candidate here.
John DiMascio March 06, 2012 at 06:48 PM
John DiMascio March 07, 2012 at 07:15 AM
Unofficial Results, Aylward carries Watertown by 385 votes beating Semonian nearly 2 to 1 in some precincts. He also carries Belmont by 176 votes, at my last count Semonian only carried one precinct in Belmont. And in Boston Semonian fair a little better where over 36 precincts he bested Aylward by a net 21 or votes. The numbers from Watertown and Belmont were received by poll workers calling into the campaign. The Boston numbers come from the City of Boston Website.


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