Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Would it be Scott Brown? Congressmen Markey or Capuano? Tell us who you think should run.
The Washington Post is reporting that President Obama is considering appointing Massachusetts U.S. Sen. John Kerry as the Secretary of Defense. There was speculation Kerry would become the next Secretary of State. Either way Kerry's move to possibly become a member of Obama's cabinet will open up his current seat. Should he be appointed, a special election would be held to finish out Kerry's term, which expires in 2014. Conversation from the breakfast table this morning to the morning commute has everyone talking - who will run for Kerry's U.S. Senate seat if he's appointed? Could it be Scott Brown? Or maybe Congressmen Ed Markey or Michael Capuano? Only time will tell, but we know you're talking about it. So tell us, who do you think …
Saturday, April 14, 2012
Make your voice heard in our poll.
Does President Obama deserve a second term in office? He is currently running ahead of potential Republican rival Mitt Romney in recent polls from key battleground states, according to USA Today polls. But the election season is a long one and opinions are subject to change, particularly depending on the activities of candidates and the state of the nation. So what do you think? Does the president deserve a second term? Will you vote for him enthusiastically, reluctantly or not at all? Vote in our poll and give us your thoughts in the comment field.
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Residents of Concord offer their opinions.
The world reacted to news of Osama bin Laden’s death yesterday in various ways, some elated that the al-Qaida head was dead, others unsure that celebrating in the streets was the most appropriate way to mark the occasion. The video above demonstrates a mix of emotion with residents polled around the region. More of a consensus was found among those in Concord with residents, as seen below. The following residents offered their respective opinions to Patch. Wendy McNally: “It happened so long ago, and this brings it all back...it’s a tribute to the persistence of the military.” Wayne Patenaude: “I think it’s more symbolic than anything else, but it’s important that we took him down.” Mark Hill: “I was surprised at the reaction of most …