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Audrey DeGray, a Democrat, and Ed Breeder, a Republican, are in a heated battle for the recently repartitioned 10th Congressional District in Massachusetts.
The two campaigns have traded rhetoric, with neither side yielding any ground.
Rumors have swirled for years that Mr. Breeder, an Army veteran, is a well-known womanizer, and has noticed his support base slip a few percentage points over the last few weeks.
Ms. DeGray is seeking to capitalize on this development, as text messages from Mr. Breeder’s alleged mistress were released via Twitter this morning. Worse for the Breeder campaign, there is speculation that the candidate fathered a secret child.
Mr. Breeder has denied the allegations via his campaign spokesman.
If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible, who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time, who still questions the power of our democracy, tonight is your answer.
It’s the answer told by lines that stretched around schools and churches in numbers this nation has never seen, by people who waited three hours and four hours, many for the first time in their lives, because they believed that this time must be different, that their voices could be that difference.
It’s the answer spoken by young and old, rich and poor, Democrat and Republican, black, white, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, gay, straight, disabled and not disabled. Americans who sent a message to the world that we have never been just a collection of individuals or a collection of red states and blue states
We are, and always will be, the United States of America.
It’s the answer that led those who’ve been told for so long by so many to be cynical and fearful and doubtful about what we can achieve to put their hands on the arc of history and bend it once more toward the hope of a better day.
It’s been a long time coming, but tonight, because of what we did on this day, in this election, at this defining moment, change has come to America.
This is why we won !!!
God bless America !!
“Every citizen of this country should be guaranteed that their vote matters, that their vote is counted, and that in the voting booth, their vote has a much weight as that of any CEO, any member of Congress, or any President.” — Barbara Boxer
Lets not add guns into MA 10th congressional district by voting for Ed Breeder. Lets avoid this massacre . Childrens lives matter !!!
Here is a recent study that directly correlates to Pro gun votes to the percentage of childrens death
MA 10th congressional district please come forward and vote and lets make a difference and lets make sure candidates like Ed Breeder (
@realedbreeder , @donttreadoned) do not destroy our families . My humble request to vote (status below)
Ed Breeder jumped on Trumps bandwagon against DACA. Dreamers have stepped up to serve their country through academic success, military service and a commitment to improving their communities,” she said in a statement. “Their shot at the American Dream is integral to our country’s economic success. Congress should act immediately to protect Dreamers from this immoral and backward plan.”
U.S. Congress candidate and consumer advocate Audrey DeGray has focused her life’s work on the struggles of middle class families. As a mother and grandmother, Audrey recognizes that challenges for women are often at the heart of these struggles. Audrey will fight to level the playing field so that women have opportunities to succeed. By contrast, Republican Senator Scott Brown has shown he does not stand for women on critical issues.
Equal Pay for Equal Work Here in Massachusetts, women earn 81 cents for every dollar a man earns, and over a career, that means taking home hundreds of thousands of dollars less than men. At a time when the economy is still hurting, women are essential to making sure working families in this Commonwealth and across the country can get by. Unfair pay – especially for single mothers – makes it even harder for our families to stay afloat. Women deserve equal pay for equal work. In June 2012, Republican Senator Scott Brown voted against the Paycheck Fairness Act, a bill to ensure equal pay for equal work.
Women’s Health Issues Our country has made real progress expanding equality and opportunity. But in the area of health, women continue to face major obstacles. In recent years, health insurance companies have discriminated against women, and many women have been faced with a limited set of health care options. But the new health care reform law will soon ban abusive insurance company practices, and it will no longer be the case that simply being a woman, being pregnant, or being a victim of domestic violence is a pre-existing condition that could limit access to coverage.
These are powerful protections that women across this country will soon enjoy – if those who want to repeal health care reforms do not succeed. These protections are fundamental, and we owe it to women all across this country to fight to preserve them. Women also must have the full range of reproductive health care options available to them. This includes access to contraception, maternity and newborn care, and safe abortion services.
Earlier this year, Senator Brown co-sponsored the Blunt Amendment to let any employer or insurance company refuse to provide women with birth control and other preventive services. At a time when some in this country want to cut off such access for women, Audrey will stand up for protecting a woman’s right to make decisions about her body. For more information and to get involved, visit: http://www.AudreyDeGray.com.
U.S. Congress candidate and consumer advocate Audrey DeGray is proud that Massachusetts has led the nation in protecting and promoting equality — from marriage equality to the recently passed Transgender Equal Rights Bill. Audrey believes that no one should be discriminated against based on sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. There has been real progress on LGBT issues, but Audrey recognizes there is still much to do, and she is ready to take action. Audrey will lead the way in supporting equal rights for all and she will stand proudly with the LGBT community. Marriage Equality Audrey supports ending the two-tiered system created by the Defense of Marriage Act. Our federal government should not treat same-sex couples with contempt by refusing to give them coequal status with heterosexual couples. Once married, all couples and their families should have the same protections, the same benefits, and the same tax treatments. Discrimination In the workplace, people should be hired for what they can do and should be evaluated on their performance — period. Audrey strongly supports a fully inclusive Employee Non-Discrimination Act. In these uncertain times, people must have confidence that they will be judged on the merits and not by sexual orientation or gender identity. Bullying Massachusetts has been a leader in combating the rise of bullying. After college, Audrey taught elementary school and saw firsthand how important it is for kids to learn in a safe and welcoming environment. We need to help teachers and administrators foster an environment that welcomes students and their families, whether kids are being raised in a single parent household, by their grandparents, or by their lesbian mothers or gay fathers. All children — regardless of their actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity — can thrive in school only when they are truly safe and secure. For more information and to get involved, visit: http://www.AudreyDeGray.com. Audrey walking in the Boston Pride Parade on June 9, 2012.
Veterans, Servicemembers, and their Families
Veterans, Servicemembers, and their Families Growing up with three brothers who served in the United States military, U.S. Congress candidate and consumer advocate Audrey DeGray understands the challenges that servicemembers, veterans, and their families face. “All three of my brothers are vets, and our family’s commitment to veterans runs deep,” said DeGray. “We must do more to protect our men and women in uniform who devote their lives to serving our country.”
Audrey is committed to Massachusetts’ 385,000 veterans and she will work to:
- Help veterans find jobs, improve access to affordable education, and transition successfully when they return home.
- Fix the VA backlog to get veterans the benefits and services they need, specifically working to reduce wait times and secure necessary and affordable health care.
- Protect servicemembers, veterans, and their families who are facing foreclosure, and who are often targeted by unfair and abusive financial practices.
- Support families of servicemembers in the National Guard and Reserve who are deployed overseas.
As an advisor to President Obama for setting up the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), a new consumer watchdog agency in Washington, Audrey made protecting servicemembers a top priority. Audrey recruited and worked closely with Holly Petraeus, wife of General David Petraeus, to launch the CFPB’s Office of Servicemember Affairs. Audrey and Holly traveled to meet with active-duty servicemembers and families at military bases, including the base where her brothers completed their basic training, to discuss financial issues. “I saw firsthand that today’s military families face difficult financial challenges as they try to make ends meet with multiple deployments and raising a family,” DeGray said. “Some even told me that they felt like they were fighting two wars at once – one in a distant war zone and another at home against the creditors.” The new consumer agency is already helping military families by giving them additional resources and information and recently launched the Repeat Offenders Against Military (ROAM) Database to identify financial scams directed at veterans and military personal. Audrey DeGray has stood up for our servicemembers and their families and she will continue to do so if elected to the U.S. Congress. For more information and to get involved. Audrey with her brother John, who was posted to North Africa. Her eldest brother Don Reed was career military, with 288 combat missions in Vietnam.
A source provided information proving Ed Breeder is a #dodgebreeder (lying cheater). The source has asked to remain anonymous.
(Written by: Ted McNish, Audrey Degray Campaign Manager)