Wednesday, November 7, 2012
James Timilty beats Jeff Bailey in State Senate race.
Incumbent James Timilty (D-Walpole) has taken the Massachusetts Senate Bristol & Norfolk District seat. Unofficially, Timilty took the seat with nearly double the votes for opponent Jeff Bailey. "I'm very lucky to be in the position that I am," said Timilty. "Privileged and honored to represent the Bristol and Norfolk and, of course, being a guy from Walpole, representing the town of Walpole, it can't be any better than that. "We're very happy. Obviously, you spend a lot of time working for the communities that you represent on the issues that matter to them. "I know the neighborhoods, I know the people, I know the communities and I know the issues that affect them." Bailey’s fate was endemic of Republicans in Massachusetts, as he, Sean …
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LIVE 2012 Mansfield ELECTION RESULTS Obama-Biden Elizabeth Warren Joseph Kennedy III Updated 11 p.m. With the exception of Scott Brown, Democrats took most of the elections in Mansfield. According to the official results, 12,122 (87.5 percent of voters in Mansfield) Mansfield residents voted including about 1,100 absentee ballots. Obama won in Mansfield by only 55 votes in what was a very close race. Stay with Mansfield Patch all day as we update this article with news and information from the polls and live election results after 8 p.m. Share your photos and videos from Election Day by clicking the Upload Photos and Video button! Also, tell us what've seen at the polls in the comments below: How long did you wait to vote today? Which …
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Jay Barrows, Jeff Bailey and Sean Bielat come to Mansfield
Saturday, October 27, 2012
The two differ on health care and government spending as well as whether the state government is transparent.
State Sen. James Timilty and challenger Jeff Bailey had their differences, but they kept the discussion civil Thursday night during an election debate at Attleboro High School. A range of topics were featured during the 50-minute session hosted by The Sun Chronicle and the United Regional Chamber of Commerce, including jobs, state spending and government transparency. Timilty, a Walpole Democrat who has represented the Bristol and Norfolk District (which includes most of Attleboro and several other communities) for eight years, and Bailey, an Attleboro Republican pastor, agreed on some issues. Both said they were against the November ballot measure that would legalize medicinal marijuana and another referendum that would allow physician-…
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Jeff Bailey, a candidate for state senate for the Bristol and Norfolk District seat, is taking the "No New Taxes" pledge in his race against state senator Jim Timility.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
State Senate candidate Jeff Bailey (R-Attleboro) signed the Citizens for Limited Taxation "No New Taxes" pledge Tuesday. Bailey is running against incumbent Jim Timility (D-Walpole) for the Bristol and Norfolk District seat, which includes Foxborough, Mansfield, Medfield, Norton and Sharon. “I am proud to sign this pledge," said Bailey in a press release. "It shows my commitment to the taxpayer of this district. I strongly believe that people should be able to keep more of their hard earned paychecks. People know how best to spend their money not government. “When the legislature passed the sales tax increase, it further damaged the Commonwealth’s economy," added Bailey. "It drove many consumers out of state. You don’t increase taxes …
Friday, March 30, 2012
Jeff Bailey, an Attleboro pastor, is running for the State Senate seat held by James Timilty.
For Jeff Bailey, the theme of his campaign for state senator, will be "jobs, jobs, jobs," but not ones in the casino industry. Bailey, an Attleboro pastor, is running as a Republican against incumbent James Timilty (D-Walpole" for the senate seat, representing Attleboro, Mansfield, Foxborough, Medfield, Norton, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Sharon and Walpole. He announced his intentions to run Thursday night at the Lafayette House in Foxborough in front of a room full of supporters. "I'm not in favor of casinos," said Bailey, sitting just a little over a mile away from the site of the purposed Wynn Resort in Foxborough. "Even before the law was passed, I was against it. I'm against it on principal. It's not the kind of economic development we need…