September 29, 2010

David Donovan, John Baldasaro, and Dave Modica hosted a successful reception for Charlie Baker

Posted in Philanthropy tagged , at 6:40 pm by philanthropynews

PRLog (Press Release)Sep 28, 2010 – East Boston, MA – On a Monday night, over 100 people gathered at Ecco Restaurant in East Boston for a reception held in honor of Massachusetts Governor candidate, Charlie Baker.

Baker gave an energy filled speech to his supporters, speaking against state and federal social programs that have left the townspeople in a bad financial state.

“I want to make sure East Boston residents and residents across the state get more bang for their buck,” Baker said, during his speech. “For too long now the people who do the right thing, pay their bills, send their kids off to college and struggle every day with their financial future are not be rewarded and that needs to change.”

Some of the townspeople expressed their frustrations about others getting bailed out at their expense, making it hard for them to send kids to college or to get a loan, despite having saved for many years.

Dave Modica, co-owner of Ecco, who also hosted the event with David Donovan, said it’s time for a businessman to be in the governor’s seat because only a businessman would understand the struggles of small businesses like Ecco.

Baker ended by saying he would stay as governor for as long as the people would have him.

About Charlie Baker:

Charlie Baker believes that Massachusetts needs a new direction and knows that he can help make it an even better place to live, work, and raise a family;  a place where his children – and their children someday – will want to spend their lives.

Charlie is committed to pursuing policies that will create jobs for Massachusetts, help the state’s economy grow at a faster rate, and create an environment in which current businesses can thrive, and new industry will advance. Charlie is running for governor because he believes he has the experience, knowledge and vision to turn Massachusetts around.

Throughout his 30-year professional career, Charlie has held leadership positions in both the public and private sectors. Charlie has twice helped steward a turnaround; first as a senior administrator under Governors Weld and Cellucci, and again as CEO of Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare. These experiences in fiscal and government accountability have qualified Charlie to bring Massachusetts the turnaround it needs.

Charlie Baker is a lifelong resident of Massachusetts. He grew up in Needham and currently lives in Swampscott with his wife, Lauren and their three children.

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