Friday, August 10, 2012
Patch's latest installment in The Romney Effect shows how one Belmont resident has been impressed by Mitt Romney since grade school — and she will represent Belmont at the Republican National Convention.
When Elizabeth Mahoney was in sixth grade, she debated with a friend about Ted Kennedy and Mitt Romney in that year's Senate race; she argued Romney would be the better choice. She's been with Mitt ever since. In fact, the first non-local town election vote she cast was in the 2002 state Republican primary. It was for Mitt, for governor. Mahoney was in Belmont the day Romney returned from the Olympics and was honored by the town; that day was seen as Mitt's return to politics. "I guess I've been a fan of Romney's for a long time!" The 2001 Belmont High School graduate will be seeing more of her fellow residents in the next fortnight as she travels to Tampa to take her seat with the Massachusetts delegation at the Republican National …
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Rep. Town Committee member Elizabeth Mahoney will be in Tampa with Mitt.
The Belmont Republican Town Committee announced that member and State Committeewoman, Elizabeth Mahoney, has been elected to be a delegate at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida this August. "Elizabeth is a lifelong Belmont resident who is active in the community," said Belmont Town Committee chairwoman Tomi Olson. "So this latest service is one of many contributions Elizabeth continues to make in order to make our town, state, nation and indeed the planet a better place," she said. As a delegate, Elizabeth will cast a vote to nominate Belmont’s Mitt Romney for President of the United States. "We ask the citizens of Belmont to join us in wishing Elizabeth Mahoney our congratulations, the best of luck, and a wonderful …
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Write-in candidate garners four percent of the vote giving the voters a choice.
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
I wish to thank those who cast a vote for me in the recent State Senate special election on Jan. 10. In a democratic republic such as ours, it is important to have choice. A one person election is not an election and does not serve the public good. With very little time, and loyal supporters including Steve Aylward and the neighboring Watertown Republican Town Committee, my write-in candidacy garnered four percent of the vote. Looking forward we will endeavor to offer a thoughtful, compassionate conservatives for future public offices. Tommasina Anne Olson Chair, Belmont Republican Town Committee