John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr. endorses American Governor of Massachusetts and Democratic candidate Michael Dukakis in his campaign for the pre...

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Romney left Massachusetts with a huge increase in its debt, raised fees in lieu of taxes, made the state 47th in job creation and only signed, not created, our health care law and ridiculed the state in speeches around the country while governor.Romney was a failure as governor because he increased the state's debt, made the state 47th in job creation, increased fees instead of taxes and ridiculed the state in speeches around the country while still governor.

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John Calvin Coolidge 1923–1929 30th U.S. President John Calvin Coolidge, Jr. was the 30th President of the United States. A Republican lawyer from Vermont, Coolidge worked his way up the ladder of Massachusetts state politics, eventually becoming governor of that state. Vice president Charles G. Dawes (1925–1929)

Frances Ford Seymour (1908 - 1950) was a Canadian socialite, the second wife of actor Henry Fonda and the mother of actors Jane Fonda and Peter Fonda. Frances Ford Seymour suffered from mental illness and committed suicide by cutting her throat with a razor on her 42nd birthday while in the Craig House Sanitarium for insane in Beacon, New York

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Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick Under Investigation for Embezzlement of 27 Million | 6.13.15 | "The former governor of Massachusetts is under investigation for diverting money from state funds to use for travel, advertising and other misc. expenses." "According to the Boston Herald, Patrick diverted 27 million dollars he could use as a slush fund to avoid cutbacks in the budget."

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The Massachusetts unemployment rate ticked upward to 6.7 percent in December, the sixth month the rate has held steady or increased, state officials said Thursday.

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The Salem Witch Trials began in June 1692 were presided over by Chief Justice William Stoughton. The first to go to trial be hanged was Bridget Bishop. 13 women 4 men, would follow. An additional man Giles Corey was "pressed," crushed to death with large heavy stones, as he steadfastly refused to plead guilty to the witchcraft. In October 1692 trials ended, when the court was dismissed by the Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, William Phipps ruled "spectral evidence" was not allowable.

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