Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and other big-name Republicans are hosting a fundraiser for the possible 2016 GOP presidential hopeful.
New Jersey Gov. and possible 2016 GOP presidential hopeful Chris Christie will be in Boston on Friday for a fundraiser, according to the Boston Globe. The fundraiser, for Christie's 2013 gubernatorial campaign, will be held at the Boston home of Christopher and Jean Egan. It is being hosted by former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, former GOP gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker and former U.S. Attorney Michael Sullivan, among others. Christie is popular among Republicans and toyed with a run for president in 2012 before deciding not to run. He made numerous visits to key early-voting states like New Hampshire to stump for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. FENWAY-KENMORE PATCH: Facebook | Twitter | E-mail Updates
As Boston resident Jennifer Nassour steps down as the head of the state's Republican Party, a fond farewell from a staunch Democrat.
Yesterday, it became official that Charlestown resident and head of the Massachusetts Republican party Jennifer Nassour had resigned her post as the state’s top Republican. According to many press reports and Nassour herself, she and her husband are expecting their third child. This would make the insanely demanding prospect of organizing a very important 2012 campaign virtually impossible. Anybody involved with politics, be it local or national, can attest to the demands it can have on one’s family, social life and any and all relationships in their life. Nevermind the added insanity of running the Republican Party in the deeply blue, Democrat-controlled Massachusetts. Under Nassour's stewardship, the party made enormous gains and I …