Former Attorney for Americans Elect Declares for Republican Nomination for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts Special Election

On February 7, Massachusetts state representative Dan Winslow declared his candidacy for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate, in the 2013 special election. Winslow was chief attorney for Americans Elect during the period when it was working to get on state ballots, during 2010, 2011, and the first five months of 2012. See this article, which does not mention Winslow’s work for Americans Elect, but which focuses on the fact that he was once chief counsel to Mitt Romney.


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  1. Yes, unless his bill cutting the petition in half passes in a big hurry with an urgency clause on it. But he has money and he certainly knows all about professional petitioning firms.

  2. Forgive me if this question is kind of obtuse, but is he the only GOP’er running? He’s the only one I’ve seen declare so far.

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