Monday, November 1, 2010

Candidate at Home - 12 Hours Before the Election

Tune in to FPAC TV tonight at 7pm and spend an hour at home with me, talking about the election and the issues important to all of us as residents of Framingham. I hope you can tune in and get to know just a little bit more about me and what I stand for and what I think are the issues we need to work on to improve our quality of life, and that of our children and grandchildren.

Tomorrow is election day, and I ask for your support and your vote at the polls. Most importantly, I ask that you make your voice heard by showing up, voting, and being counted. That is what democracy is all about.

Alcohol the most dangerous drug

The Lancet is a weekly peer-reviewed general medical journal, one of the world's best known, oldest, and most respected general medical journals. In a story published today, they say the most dangerous drug to others, the one doing the most damage and costing us the most in medical expenses is not heroin, or cocaine....but alcohol. The author goes so far as to say that if alcohol were introduced to society now as a new substance, it would be banned.

Where have you heard this before? I have been stating this same theory publicly for a very long time now.

For a summary of the article, click on the following link.

The last day of campaigning

This web site will direct you to your voting location:

With 60% projected voter turnout I can only hope the more the turn out, the better chances I have. It's been a tiring few months and with two decent debates and decent media coverage, my fate now rests in the hands of the voters.

Thank you all for taking an interest in this blog and the race here in Framingham.