Republican state senate candidate Steven Aylward writes about the campaign and the Massachusetts Republican Party.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Editor: I would like to congratulate Will Brownsberger for his re-election to the State Senate in the recent election. I can honestly say that one of the best things about my race was getting to know the Senator. And while we may disagree politically, I must admit that I found him to be a sincere and genuine person who takes his position seriously, and who does in fact care deeply about his constituents. I wish him all the best in the future. Admittedly it was a rough year for the Republican Party. What we have been doing in the past clearly is not working. As a result, calls for swift and sweeping changes at the MA GOP are in the air. For too long we have been content to let our opponents to define us, and that is something that we must…
Belmont Democrat Will Brownsberger faces Republican challenger Steven Aylward for the senate district that includes Watertown, Belmont and parts of Boston, including the Back Bay, Kenmore Square and The Fenway.
Democrat Will Brownsberger of Belmont won the race for state senate in a special election earlier this year, and now faces a challenge from Watertown Republican Steven Aylward. The district includes all of Belmont, Watertown and part of Boston, including the Back Bay, the Fenway, Kenmore Square, Allston and Brighton. Patch recently interviewed both candidates. Here's what they said: 1) What are your top three priorities? From a long term standpoint, my priorities are: 1) A vibrant regional economy that includes decent jobs for everyone. 2) Protection of personal liberty and privacy 3) Environmental sustainability In setting priorities for the 2013-14 legislative session, I have to consider how those long term priorities interact with …