ATR Releases List of 2018 Massachusetts State Pledge Signers (Primary Election)

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Posted by Miriam Roff on Friday, August 31st, 2018, 12:00 AM PERMALINK

Americans for Tax Reform recognizes the Massachusetts incumbents and candidates who have taken the Taxpayer Protection Pledge ahead of the September 4 primary election. The Pledge is a written commitment to hardworking Massachusetts taxpayers and to the American people to “oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.”

“By signing The Pledge to the voters, these candidates and incumbents demonstrate that they will safeguard Massachusetts taxpayers from higher taxes,” said Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform.

“Pledge signers understand that government should be reformed in a way so that it spends and takes less taxpayer dollars, and will oppose tax increases that prolong failures of the past.”

ATR will be updating this list daily, as we approach the September 4 primary. Candidates can still make this important commitment to voters today by visiting: www.atr.org/take-the-pledge

The following Massachusetts candidates and incumbents have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge:

Senate

   

Incumbents

   

Ryan

Fattman

Worcester & Norfolk

Richard

Ross

Norfolk, Bristol & Middlesex

Donald

Humason, Jr.

Second Hampden & Hampshire

     

Open-Seat Candidates

   

John

MacDonald

First Middlesex

Steven

Hall

Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire & Middlesex

Scott

Hall

Second Plymouth & Bristol

     

House

   

Incumbents

   

Fred “Jay”

Barrows

First Bristol

Nicholas

Boldyga

Third Hampden

Peter

Durant

Sixth Worcester

Kim

Ferguson

First Worcester

Paul K.

Frost

Seventh Worcester

Sheila

Harrington

First Middlesex

Randy

Hunt

Fifth Barnstable

Shaunna

O'Connell

Third Bristol

David

Vieira

Third Barnstable

Todd

Smola

First Hampden

John

Rogers

Twelfth Norfolk

Elizabeth

Poirier

Fourteenth Bristol

David

Nangle

Seventeenth Middlesex

Steve

Howitt

Fourth Bristol

Brad

Hill

Fourth Essex

Susan

Williams Gifford

Second Plymouth

Angelo

D'Emilia

Eighth Plymouth

Alan

Silvia

Seventh Bristol

James

Lyons Jr.

Eighteenth Essex

Marc

Lombardo

Twenty-second Middlesex

Caroline

Colarusso

Thirty-first Middlesex

     

Open-Seat Candidates

   

Pina

Prinzivalli

Nineteenth Middlesex

Paul

Fullen

Seventeenth Worcester

David

Steinhof

Sixth Bristol

Mark

Mezzina

Thirteenth Essex

Paul

Ferro

Fourth Middlesex

Gregory

Eaton

Seventh Plymouth

Kathleen

Lynch

Second Middlesex

     

Challenger

   

Ronald

Beaty Jr.

Fifth Barnstable

 

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