Kevin discusses issues with Bob Oakes of WBUR.
Kevin discusses issues with Bob Oakes of WBUR.
With roughly four weeks left, incumbent Sen. Ed Markey faced off against Republican challenger Kevin O’Connor in the sole debate of the general election Monday night.Read more
“Massachusetts voters, our communities, are common sense based,” said Kevin O’Connor, who’s running against Shiva Ayyadurai in the GOP primary for what’s now the liberal U.S. Sen. Edward Markey’s seat. “There is no question that when Republicans focus on common sense and Democrats move too far to the left — and that’s exactly the case this year — that Republicans can win and I believe we will win in 2020.”Read more
He is also an outsider on the political scene — without a passel of celebrities or high-profile national lawmakers in his corner.
O’Connor’s agenda seems radical when compared to the progressive doctrine gaining popularity — in different times it would be labeled as “common sense.”
He’s for strong borders, for one. “We’re a nation of laws, and it’s government’s responsibility to enforce those laws,” he notes on his campaign website.Read more
In the Republican primary for U.S. Senate, Kevin O’Connor has made the more grounded case for enlisting the support of both his party and unenrolled voters on Sept. 1.Read more
Massachusetts Republican Party Chairman Jim Lyons called Kennedy “hypocritical” for allowing Cannon-Grant an active role in his campaign. Republican Senate contender Kevin O’Connor agreed. “Instead of denouncing her, he stood in solidarity with her and effectively endorsed her hate speech. He knows what she said and he never distanced himself from her,” O’Connor said.Read more
Sue O’Connell sat down with Kevin O’Connor, a lawyer running in the 2020 Republican primary for the U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts.
WATCH the interview via NECN: https://www.nbcboston.com/on-air/as-seen-on/meet-the-candidates-kevin-oconnor/2165393/Read more
Massachusetts’ Congressional delegation is made up entirely of Democrats. Attorney Kevin O’Connor is running for U.S. Senate as a Republican, challenging incumbent Sen. Edward Markey, in an effort to change that.
O’Connor made the argument on Boston Public Radio Monday that a delegation that includes a Republican like him could better advocate across the aisle for local issues.Read more
I met with Kevin O’Connor this week, a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts and immediately got a sense that not only would he be good for veterans, but is the right guy, at the right time for everyone in Massachusetts.Read more
The violent riots and looting taking place in Massachusetts and in cities around the country is the opposite of justice. Our cites are burning, besieged by radicals intent on destruction — killing innocent people, setting buildings on fire, stealing and destroying property, and throwing bottles and rocks at police. The actions of the rioters and looters obscure and undermine the righteous message of the protests, which, in its most distilled form, is one of mutual respect and equal protection under the law.Read more
“They’ll talk about what they’ll give to people,” O’Connor told NBC 10. “They never talk about how we’re going to pay for it. Their vision for America is just an enlarged government that will give things away and down the road, our children and rest of us, probably in pretty short order, will figure out how to pay for it.”Read more
Kevin O’Connor, a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, said it is heartbreaking to see so many people in need, but beautiful since people are coming together to help out.
“The need is incredible. People are coming from all over, the need is incredible and we’ve got to help them out as soon as possible.”Read more
Today, Kevin O’Connor, Republican candidate for Senate, sent a letter to June 1 debate host WCVB demanding that he be included in the event.
WCVB airs a promotion entitled, “Massachusetts US Senate Debate.” The advertising spot omits any reference to the primary or the political party of the candidates.Read more
Kevin O’Connor, Republican candidate for United States Senate will appear on Republican primary ballots this September, the Secretary of State’s office has confirmed.Read more
In recent decades, American elections have been a source of both real and manufactured controversy. It seems we can no longer escape an election cycle without heated accusations of election rigging.
For Democrats, it’s exaggerated charges of vote suppression at the hands of Republicans who insist voters present valid identification at the polls. Republicans, on the other hand, wring their hands over almost any proposal that would make voting more user friendly.Read more
“During this crisis, it is critical that we support workers who have been displaced through no fault of their own. But House Democrats’ and Sens. Markey and Sanders’ proposal to give thousands of dollars a month to illegal immigrants is deeply misguided, and comes at the expense of American citizens and small businesses who desperately need help now.”Read more
Republican Candidate for U.S Senate Kevin O’Connor today released the following statement regarding Suffolk County D.A Rachael Rollins’ comment referring to lawyers who represent underprivleged defendants for the CPCS as ‘overwhelmingly privileged’Read more
Republican Candidate for U.S Senate Kevin O’Connor today announced that his campaign has surpassed the required signature threshold to get on the ballot.Read more
Republican Candidate for U.S Senate Kevin O’Connor today released the following statement regarding Rep. Joe Kennedy and Secretary Galvin’s respective proposals for mail in voting.Read more
U.S Senate Candidate Kevin O’Connor made the following statement today reacting to concerns by law enforcement that violent criminals are being released into the public out of concern for their health amid the coronavirus outbreakRead more
U.S Senate Candidate Kevin O’Connor made the following statement today challenging Rep. Kennedy’s push to send voters unrequested ballotsRead more
“If Rep. Kennedy and Sen. Markey want to get serious about running clean campaigns, then they should join me by divesting their campaigns of this toxic campaign cash which serves no other purpose than to bribe or reward lawmakers for carrying special interest water. Massachusetts voters deserve to know that their members of Congress are accountable only to them.”Read more
U.S Senate Candidate Kevin O’Connor made the following statement today regarding Harvard receiving federal aid for COVID-19 reliefRead more
U.S Senate Candidate Kevin O’Connor made the following statement today regarding funding for the Payment Protection Program, which the administration said today has run out of money.Read more
GOP Senate Candidate: We Must Protect Our Communities and Provide Justice for All!Read more
U.S. Senate Candidate Kevin O’Connor today released the following statement regarding Congress’s proposed coronavirus relief package: “The coronavirus relief bill has languished for days in Congress, during which 52,736 more Americans have become infected and 892 have died. And what was that time wasted on? Loading the bill up with billions in spending that is totally unrelated to the current crisis, including $25 million for Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.Read more
Kevin O’Connor announces father has coronavirus Canton, MA– Kevin O’Connor today made the following statement announcing that his father has contracted the coronavirus, and reiterated his call for the legislature to act to bring ballot access law into alignment with public health recommendations: “Yesterday, my father was hospitalized after testing positive for coronavirus. He’s a tough former Marine, and despite his age, we are hopeful that he will beat it.Read more
Kevin O’Connor for U.S. Senate calls on the Massachusetts legislature to take action on ballot access requirements amid coronavirus threatRead more
Framing himself as a pragmatic political outsider frustrated with a Capitol Hill morass, a Republican attorney from Dover on Wednesday announced he is running for the US Senate seat currently held by Democratic stalwart Edward J. Markey.Read more
Pledging to change the tone set by professional politicians in Washington D.C., political outsider Kevin O’Connor today announced his candidacy for United States Senate.Read more