Steve Pagliuca Won’t Stop Calling My House

Seriously, I’m about to request a TRO – telephone restraining order – against Massachusetts Senate hopeful and Boston Celtics co-owner Steve Pagliuca (D-$400 Million).

Pags (as he urges the Celtics players to call him) has been robo-calling me and the Missus for weeks. On Tuesday, he invited the Missus to participate in a gala Pagliuca town hall meeting.

Twice.

Enough!

Free the Missus One!

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5 Responses to Steve Pagliuca Won’t Stop Calling My House

  1. Kerrie says:

    I understand completely! I will NOT be voting for Steve Pagliuca simply because his campaign will not stop calling us! If he wins the primary and I think the Republican or Independent candidates are better, I will vote for them. If not, I will abstain. We have a 4.5 month old child- if one of these calls wakes him from one of his precious naps, he will be getting one of those diapers Khazei displayed in his video! (Okay, I won’t do that because it would probably be considered a form of biological warfare & get me arrested, but I really want to.)

  2. Steve Stein says:

    Why you? Why Pagliuca. I’ve gotten plenty of calls from Pags, but no more than from Capuano, and a few from Coakley. None from Khazei yet.

  3. af says:

    I got a couple of them, too. I was torn whether to just hang up, or to hold the line open and suck up more of his advertising $$$. I hung up. He’ll never get my vote.

  4. Emily says:

    Call 617-250-8518 and ask to be removed and they will do it the same day.

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