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Senate Candidate Gabriel Gomez

In this May 16, 2013 file photo, Gabriel Gomez, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in the Massachusetts special election, campaigns in front of the John Adams statue in downtown Quincy, Mass. A former Navy Seal, Gomez is a political neophyte, but he's hoping to pull of a Scott Brown-style upset in the Massachusetts Senate June 25 special election senate race against Democrat Rep. Ed Markey. (AP)

In this May 16, 2013 file photo, Gabriel Gomez, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in the Massachusetts special election, campaigns in front of the John Adams statue in downtown Quincy, Mass. A former Navy Seal, Gomez is a political neophyte, but he’s hoping to pull of a Scott Brown-style upset in the Massachusetts Senate June 25 special election senate race against Democrat Rep. Ed Markey. (AP)

Well, it’s just a week and a day, until Massachusetts voters elect the person who will fill the U.S. senate seat vacated by Secretary of State, John Kerry.

Democratic Congressman Ed Markey and Republican businessman Gabriel Gomez meet in their third and final debate tomorrow. The debate is sponsored by a Massachusetts media consortium, including WBUR.

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Gabriel Gomez, Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate.


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  • J__o__h__n

    A vote for Gomez is a vote for Mitch McConnell and the national Republican party.  Gomez keeps saying Washington is broken.  Which party broke it?  Which party is requiring 60 votes to pass anything in the Senate? 

  • Kathy

    Since the problem in Washington is the Republican Party, how can say that he will somehow be able to “reform” Washington as a member of the party that is blocking any and all legislation by following the unprecedented practice of filibustering every single bill and nomination?

  • J__o__h__n

    Gomez named John Roberts as his ideal Supreme Court Justice.  Gomez’s votes on judical nominations will have more of an impact on a women’s right to chose than claims he will not support hypothetical anti choice bills. 

  • J__o__h__n

    I had no idea he was a navy seal.  He needs to mention it more. 

  • J__o__h__n

    Gomez has DC connections too.  Newt gave him money.  Mitch McConnell sent out a fundraising letter about how important it is to support Gomez. 

  • Mumsy1229

    why was it all right for you to have John McCain come here for you  but not right for Markey to have Obama and Bill Clinton. Just show what a phoney you are

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