Putting the Issues of Education and the Economy First - A Special Thanks from Cavaretta for State Senate

Please check out my TV Channel where we posted the ActonTV/Patch debate and other video content: www.youtube.com/DeanToBeaconHill2012.

Win, lose or draw this Tuesday, November 6th, I'd like to thank my 2012 opponent and the voters for a fantastic State Senate race. I would like to thank the Patch sites and staff for their fair coverage, and the ability to speak directly to their readers and bloggers.

After 7 debates and an energetic campaign, I'm very pleased that we ran on our OWN strengths and new ideas.

Please check out my TV Channel where we posted the ActonTV/Patch debate and other video content: www.youtube.com/DeanToBeaconHill2012

Below, please find a recent endorsement from the Worcester Telegram and Gazette, supporting me to be your next State Senator: 


“In the Middlesex & Worcester Senate district, we endorse Republican
challenger Dean Cavaretta. Mr. Cavaretta is a U.S. history teacher whose
first job was as a Route 146 project manager under Gov. Paul Cellucci. He has
long experience in the state’s public transportation sector, a firm grasp of
economic issues, and an energetic and nnovative approach to reforming state

Incumbent Democratic state Sen. Jamie Eldridge has been an active, involved voice for the district, but his open advocacy of higher taxes for both individuals and businesses betrays a government-as-solution approach that cannot effectively address the state’s perennial economic crisis. Voters should give Mr. Cavaretta an opportunity to show a better way forward.”

Worcester Telegram and Gazette Editorial, 10/24/12

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