Tag Archives: Alan Khazei

Dead Blogging the Massachusetts Senate Primary

The hardworking staff at Campaign Outsider is always stretched thin on Election Day, and Dec. 8th was no exception. Regardless, we started combing the streets of Brookline at the crack of 10. At Precinct 6, there were zero campaign supporters … Continue reading

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Praising with Faint Damn

U.S. Senate hopeful Alan Khazei (D- Rhymes with Hazy) has been touting his endorsements throughout his campaign (Max Kennedy, we hardly heard ye!), but Khazei’s latest endorsement (via Politico) is his most head-scratching: Caroline Kennedy: Khazei win would be ‘amazing’ … Continue reading

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Dead Blogging the Final (This Week) Mass. Senate Debate

Last night’s Senate slapfight was a chiropractor’s dream: Whiplash all around. One minute Fightin’ Mike Capuano (D-Grimace) is glaring and barking at Scripted Stevie Pagliuca (D-Really! I’m a Regular Guy!). The next he’s saying what good people all his opponents … Continue reading

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Dead Blogging Yet Another Massachusetts Senate Debate

Here’s pretty much all you need to know about last night’s Democratic Senate primary slapfight on WCVB: The phrase “treading on dangerous water” was uttered up to several times during the televised debate. Not to get technical about it, but: … Continue reading

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Ad o’ the Day (pat(hetic) pending)

Massachusetts U.S. Senate hopeful Alan Khazei (D-Rhymes with Crazy) has just released a TV spot that’s the most ill-advised commercial since Christy Mihos’s butt-headed ad in the 2006 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. Khazei’s current spot features two babies – a boy … Continue reading

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Ads ‘n’ Ends: Mass. Senate Race

From the race to (don’t say) replace Ted Kennedy: • If you only watched television, you’d think Steve Pagliuca was running unopposed for the U.S. Senate. (He’s got ads on USA’s NCIS retreads for heaven’s sake.) Pagliuca (accent on the “pal”) … Continue reading

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The Great U.S. Senate Tweetoff

The hardworking staff at Campaign Outsider has, of course, been following all the major candidates in the race for the U.S. Senate seat left vacant by the death of Ted Kennedy. That includes following them on Twitter, the microbully pulpit … Continue reading

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Max Is the Minimum

U.S. Senate hopeful Alan Khazei (D-Here’s Another Press Release) has kicked off a four-day barnstorming tour with his political arm candy, Max Kennedy. Khazei also ran a half-page ad  in Thursday’s Boston Globe headlined “Max Kennedy Endorses Alan Khazei,” which … Continue reading

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Concept with a Capital K

U.S. Senate hopeful Alan Khazei (D-City Year) is trumpeting the endorsement of his candidacy by Max Kennedy,  son of Robert F. Kennedy. From Thursday’s Boston Globe report on the gala endorsement: Max Kennedy is endorsing City Year co-founder Alan Khazei … Continue reading

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