Oct
31
2012

RS Interview: Chris Sheldon (R CAND, MA-09).

The rather epic redistricting of Massachusetts in 2011-2012 (short version: the state lost a district, and nobody wanted to be the guy without a chair, and things went downhill from there) resulted in the creation of a conservative – for Massachusetts – district involving the Cape Cod area.  It’s a seat with a half-incumbent: current MA-10 Rep. Bill Keating didn’t exactly live inside the district’s new boundaries… but he does have a summer home there, which apparently counts. He’s being challenged in this particular race by Chris Sheldon, local businessman and volunteer.  We spoke with Chris this afternoon:

Chris’s site is here.

Moe Lane (crosspost)

2 Comments

  • swami says:

    Minor point: the incumbent Democrat is BILL Keating, not Charles. Major point: I live in the district and cannot support Sheldon. He worked to undermine Jeff Perry’s genuinely good shot to take the district in 2010. (Of course if Perry had won his district would have been redistricted out of existence, but that doesn’t change my point.)

    • Moe_Lane says:

      swami: Yeah, I just fixed the typo. You can tell I’ve been doing this for a while.

      As to the support/not support: ain’t going to tell you what to do, but the candidate’s the candidate.

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