With contested Republican primaries for two of the nine U.S. House seats in Massachusetts, state conservatives aren’t feeling as blue as the Democrats have historically left them feeling.
The last time a Republican represented Massachusetts in Washington DC was Scott Brown, a state Senator who was voted in to replace Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) Kennedy died from complications stemming from brain cancer. After his special election victory, Brown lost his reelection bid to Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)
The last Republican elected to the U.S. House from Massachusetts was Peter Blute in 1997.
But Massachusetts Republican candidates believe 2022 could be different. They point to the possibility that the same voters who put progressives like Frank in office are exhausted by an overly-woke Democratic party, have been turned party faithless by President Joe Biden’s inflation-driving policies, and were “awakened” by a liberal government overreach during the COVID-19 shutdowns….https://www.theepochtimes.com/c-us-politics

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