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July 26, 2005


Michael J. Callahan

On Friday August 5th, 2005 from 6:00-8:00PM I will be hosting a Grand Opening Celebration at my Somerville State Senate Campaign Headquarters located at 274 Elm Street in Davis Square. All are welcome to stop in and enjoy the festivities.

Old Fashioned Lemonade, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, and Slush will be served. This event is free of charge and open to the public.

Don't be shy please come by join me. I would love to have the opportunity to thank my constitutents in the Second Middlesex District for their friendship and support.

I hope to see you there!!

Michael J. Callahan


Thank you, we'll be there. There's nothing like an old fashion campaign in Somerville to enjoy the summer with and keep our blood flowing. You got our vote Mike. Josie and the old gray girls from Broadway.
Ps is Mike single?

Free Debate

I want to thank the Somerville News for holding a Senate Candidate Debate. That is terrific. We need to hear substance from All of the candidates. I will be there.

But....what is this big headline about the Debate being Free? Is that a big deal? I have NEVER seen a political debate where admission was charged. The News is acting like they are the first people who ever thought "Let's not charge admission to our political debate." In fact if they WERE charging admission, that would be a big headline, because that would be unique.

Of course no admission should be charged to a political race debate.

James Norton

I guess today is the day I fire back at postings that either don't make sense or give the wrong impression. What fun.

Thankfully the new website will not allow such freely posted comments like we have been seeing recently.

The editor of the newspaper put the word "FREE" on there because he and other staff members have been asked by more than a few people if the event would be free. Of course the event would be free to the public, we wouldn't dream of charging the public, but please don't assume that it's not costing The Somerville News and other sponsors money to put the debate on, because it is.

So just to be clear - the story had the word "FREE" on it because we have been asked repeatedly if it was free and no other reason.

Thanks and we hope everyone enjoys the debate.

Ron Newman

It's a reasonable question given that the debate is being held in a theatre, a place where people normally pay money to attend concerts and movies.


I'd pay an admission charge to see Mike! Yours truly, Josie

Ps Is he single?

I like Cheese

Hi Mr. Callahan, I'd like to come to your opening but I have a question. I know it may seem silly, but I'm really not making a joke. I like cheese on my hamburger. Will you have Cheeseburgers too or just plain hamburgers?


There's always one idiot in every crowd. Mike, just ignore him. At least your having a grand opening Celebration! Its more than the others are doing for the community involvement in the election. At least you bring a little bit more pleasure by doing this for us! I hope you get elected! The younger gray girls than the old gray girls from Broadway!


Who are you calling younger! Your older than all off us Norma! Keep clear from Mike, Because I saw him first!

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