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A Guide to Understanding the Midterm Elections

On November 6, Americans renewed one-third of the Senate and the entire House of Representatives. They will also elect governors and local parliaments. In addition to the battle between the Republican and Democratic parties, these elections are a referendum on Donald Trump’s presidency. These are the keys to understanding why these are crucial elections.

The United States is the focus of the world’s attention. In the midst of the polarization that the country is experiencing, the mid-term elections define whether the Republican Party retains its narrow majority in Congress or whether the Democrats manage to control either of the two chambers. This will determine how much margin of governance President Donald Trump will have in the next two years.

There is much at stake in these elections. If the Democrats gain control of the House of Representatives, today in the hands of the Republicans, they will have the power to initiate impeachment proceedings against Trump in cases such as Russiagate. They could also limit the legislative agenda in Congress, blocking Trump’s flagship projects.

This is the ABC on the elections that determine the political future of the country.

People even reported that some parents giving their children gifts related to Donald Trump in order to show their love for the current president. Now this isn’t wrong per se, but isn’t it a bit strange to involve your children in these political matters? A quick browse on the internet learns us that there are literally 100’s of websites selling cadeaus voor meisjes and boys that relate to Donald Trump, have a look at them and see for yourself!

The November 6 votes are known as ‘midterm’ because they are held in the middle of the presidential term. The US Congress is bicameral. On the one hand, the Senate elects 33 seats plus 2 vacancies due to the resignation of their incumbents in Minnesota and Mississippi, that is, 35 out of 100 seats. On the other hand, the House of Representatives has 435 members and in these elections will be elected in its entirety.

“The U.S. Constitution establishes that the entire House, all 435 seats, are renewed every two years. In addition, it establishes that the Senate must also be elected every two years and that the term of senators is six years.

Also, 36 states will vote for governors and local parliaments will be elected throughout the country.

Control of the Capitol is currently dominated by the Republicans (ruling party), both in the Senate and in the House. The Legislative branch is in charge of implementing or stopping the projects that the President or the parties want to develop. It is also the branch that exercises political control over the head of state and has the power to actively investigate him. Hence the importance of his party maintaining hegemony. The question that opens up is what possible scenarios may arise if they do not.

In these elections, Trump is playing the possibility of implementing some of his most questioned policies on migration (such as the border wall with Mexico), on health (repealing ‘Obamacare’), and on the economy (making more tax cuts to companies), for example. If, on the other hand, the Democrats regain control of either of the two chambers, a legislative blockade and impeachment would be the eventual scenarios that would await Trump. They could also veto appointments made by the president in the judicial branch and key government positions.

But if it is still thought that the Democrats can conquer the Senate and the House in a pendulum swing, as happened with Obama and now “as a punishment for Trump’s excesses (…) that scenario is no longer so clear. With the division created by the election of Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court that pendulum seems to have stopped,” noted Muni Jensen, senior advisor to Albright Stonebridge and co-author of ‘Trump, the Triumph of the Showman’.

Everything seemed to indicate no, but “the Kavanaugh scandal revived Republicans and maybe definitive in the results of the midterm. Incredibly, it ended up favoring them,” the expert pointed out.

That is why in these elections “there is a lot at stake since it will determine whether the US has a political system with checks and balances or not,” explained Michael Shifter, president of the Inter-American Dialogue.

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Elections in Georgia

Democrats will control the US Senate by winning the two contested seats in Tuesday’s elections in the state of Georgia.

The two Democratic candidates for the Senate managed to defeat the two Republican senators who were in office, according to projections on US television.

Now each party will have 50 senators and in case of a tie the vice president.

Control of the Senate in the first two years of Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s tenure was determined by the outcome of these elections.

President-elect Joe Biden’s Democrats already have a majority in the House of Representatives, and they needed by extension and to win both seats to gain control of the Senate, Congress.

President Donald Trump’s Republicans , for their part, needed only one winner to maintain control of the Senate.

This control of the Senate will give the Biden government, which takes office on January 20, greater opportunities to achieve its agenda on issues such as health and climate change.

The Senate also has the power to approve or reject Biden’s nominees for cabinet and judicial positions.

Trump will take a considerable share of the blame

It seems that Republican concern in the runoff of the Georgia election was well founded. Voters did not go to the polls in the numbers they expected, while Democrats appeared in greater numbers.

The two Democrats at times seemed the same team and complemented each other’s coalitions. Warnock energized black voters, while Ossoff energized educated voters in the suburbs around Atlanta.

Donald Trump will receive a considerable share of the blame for the Republican defeat. The party that loses the White House tends to do better in the next congressional election, not worse.

And Georgia, despite Biden’s win there in November, is still a conservative state.

Both races on Tuesday were closed as Trump invested his time and energy in contesting the electoral defeat and in attacking the Republican leaders of Georgia.

It appears that it was not the smartest strategy and that it will cost Republicans control of the Senate.

How were the elections?

The final results are expected later, but the projections are already an irreversible trend.

Why was there a runoff in Georgia?

In the elections of last November 2020 both Republicans won, but neither of them obtained 50% of the votes with which, according to the law of that state, they could be declared the winner, so this second round was necessary.

In this campaign, the Democrats sought to win supporters in major urban areas, particularly in the Atlanta suburbs, and were upset by winning both.

A Democrat had not won a Senate race in Georgia in 20 years.

Trump accusations

Meanwhile, President Trump, whose unsubstantiated claims that he was the victim of electoral fraud left Republican strategists concerned about turnout in the second round of the Senate on Tuesday, continued to criticize the integrity of the vote in Georgia.

“It looks like they are setting up a big ‘voter dump’ against Republican candidates. Waiting to see how many votes they need?” The president tweeted Tuesday night.

It appears that the concerns of Republican strategists in Georgia were justified,

Republicans did not vote in the numbers expected, while Democrats increased their turnout.
If the Democratic candidates win, Trump will receive “considerable blame , ”

The party that loses the White House tends to fare better in subsequent legislative elections, and Georgia, despite Joe Biden’s victory there, remains a traditionally conservative state.

During this Senate campaign, Trump spent most of his time contesting his electoral defeat and launching attacks against Republican leaders in the state.

That, “may not have been a smart electoral strategy and could cost Republicans control of the Senate.”

On Saturday, Trump pressured Georgia’s top election official, Republican Brad Raffensperger, to “find” enough votes to overturn Biden’s victory in the state presidential election.

Why were elections so important in Georgia?

The upper house of the US Congress, the Senate has been controlled by the Partido republicano since 2014.

This instance is key for the approval of laws and the confirmation of the appointments of the cabinet and the judges of the Supreme Court, the highest court in the country.

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Diehl Wins Debate

Boston, MA—Tonight at the WBZ debate underdog Geoff Diehl, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, delivered a decisive defeat to Senator Elizabeth Warren. Geoff Diehl cares about your house, not The White House.

After a week of spiraling down due to a botched video, Warren was unable to make a comeback after coming unglued. Diehl put Warren on the defensive on cutting taxes, the economy, running for President in 2020, and violating President Obama’s Lobbying Ban.

Elizabeth Warren didn’t even remember her own record. In March 2011, Gail Hillebrand was hired to a Senior Leadership Position At CFPB To Serve As Associate Director Of Consumer Education And Engagement. Hillebrand was a Registered Federal Lobbyist For The Consumers Union Of The US from 2002 To 2010. On November 9, 2010 Warren Had A Meeting With Hillebrand, Listed As The “Financial Services Campaign Manager” At The Consumers Union, At CFPB Headquarters.

Hillebrand’s Hiring Appears To Directly Contradict The President’s Lobbyist Ban, Which Prohibited Registered Lobbyists From Seeking Or Accepting Employment With Any
Executive Agency They Lobbied Within The Two Years Before The Appointment.
While Elizabeth Warren calls our police officers and criminal justice system ‘racist -front to back,’ Geoff Diehl calls them heroes. Geoff Diehl has been endorsed by the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association, Weymouth Superior Officers Association, Plymouth County Police Officer’s Association, Worcester Police Union Local 911, Everett Police Superior Officers Local 95, Everett Police Patrolman’s Local 94, New England Benevolent Police Association, Norfolk County Correction Officers, Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Removal Employees Local 207, Sheriff Tom Hodgson, Sheriff Jim Cummings, and Sheriff Lew.
Senator Warren is so focused on pursing the presidency in 2020 that she’s confused her opponents.
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SHERIFF MCDONALD ENDORSES DIEHL: Law Enforcement Overwhelmingly Backs Geoff Diehl

Plymouth, MA…Today Representative Geoff Diehl, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, proudly announced that he has received the endorsement of Sheriff Joe McDonald. Diehl has now won the endorsement of four Massachusetts Sheriffs in addition to corrections officers and police unions across the Commonwealth.

“We know and trust Geoff Diehl, a local legislator who has steadfastly supported the law enforcement community and will be our best possible advocate in Washington,”

said Sheriff Joe McDonald. “He understands the issues facing Plymouth County and I am proud to endorse his candidacy for the United States Senate.”

Support from the law enforcement community across the Commonwealth has surged since Diehl’s decisive win the primary. Yesterday, Diehl proudly announced the endorsement of Worcester’s NEPBA Local 911 which rarely endorses candidates. Among the law enforcement groups that have publicly endorsed the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate:

  • Sheriff Tom Hodgson
  • Sheriff Jim Cummings
  • Sheriff Lew Evangelidis
  • Everett Police Superior Officers Local 95
  • Everett Police Patrolman’s Local 94
  • Worcester Police Local 911
  • Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association
  • Norfolk County Correction Officers
  • Plymouth County Corrections Officers
  • Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
  • New England Police Benevolent Association
  • Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Removal Employees Local 207

Diehl won the Republican convention by a thirty-point margin and the Primary by 29 points.  He has been earning many endorsements including: Representatives David DeCoste, Marc Lombardo, Jim Lyons, Shaunna O’Connell, Lenny Mirra and Peter Durant, Mayor Bob Hedlund, former New England Patriots Fred Smerlas, Steve Grogan, and Matt Light, Red Sox Champion Curt Schilling, comedian Lenny Clark and broadcaster John Dennis. He has also received the endorsements of former Governor’s Councilor David Constantine (D-New Bedford) and former Mayor Bob Correia (D-Fall River).

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Diehl Wins Federal Law Enforcement Nod

BOSTON, MA—Geoff Diehl has received the official endorsement of the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Council Local 207 the campaign announced today. The endorsement by the Boston-based ICE Council Local 207 represents the 9thlaw enforcement agency association to publicly back the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate and marks the first federal agency association to publicly support his bid to unseat Elizabeth Warren. This is the first public endorsement ever of a Massachusetts candidate.

“As the next U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, my goal will be to empower the men and women in the field instead of undermining them,” said Rep. Diehl. “Our officers need to feel that we support their efforts to keep our state safe and that they’ll have the resources for them to do their jobs—they have enough adversaries without having to worry about their elected officials.”

“On behalf of the men and women of the Boston, Massachusetts based National ICE Council Local 207 whom I represent, I am proud to endorse Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate,” said Joe Parlon, President of ICE Council Local 207.  “At a time like this, with our officers and personnel under assault from not just criminals and gang members but reckless politicians like Elizabeth Warren, it’s reassuring to know that Geoff Diehl has our backs.”

“Our officers and support staff simply want to go out and do our jobs, enforce our laws, and keep our communities safe each and every day,” said President Parlon. “We know that Representative Diehl shares our passion for public safety and once elected to the U.S. Senate, will fight to make sure we can keep criminals off our streets in Massachusetts and around the country. I want to thank Representative Diehl for taking a stand and supporting the brave men and women of law enforcement, and that’s why we’re proud to stand with him.”

“Certain elected officials and politicians seeking higher office have engaged in hateful and often false rhetoric against our officers and employees encouraging widespread death threats and the targeting of ICE officers, employees, and their families,” said Chris Crane, National President of the National ICE Council. “For these so-called leaders to enflame this type of hatred toward our officers and staff – at a time when law enforcement personnel are being targeted and have been assassinated on our nation’s streets – marks a truly dark time in our country’s history. It’s comforting to know that some, like Representative Geoff Diehl, still understand the value and importance of supporting the brave and courageous men and women of law enforcement.”

“Geoff Diehl understands that national security, or even basic border security, does not exist without the interior enforcement of a nation’s immigration laws, as the horrific events of 9/11 and indeed terrorist attacks worldwide have proven,” said President Crane. “With over 2 million criminal aliens estimated to be currently residing in the U.S., our jails and prisons are already dramatically overcrowded and local police are often overwhelmed, begging for ICE and its resources to assist in making our communities safer.

President Crane continued: “Those calling for the abolishment of ICE, like Elizabeth Warren, don’t understand the significant threat to our nation’s security and the safety of American communities that their ideas present. Thankfully, the law enforcement professionals of ICE have no greater friend than Geoff Diehl and I look forward to working with him as a U.S. Senator.”

The National ICE Council represents the over 6,000 rank and file ICE law enforcement officers and support personnel who enforce our nation’s immigration laws, apprehend dangerous criminals and keep our communities safe each and every day. The men and women of ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) serve in all 50 states, Guam, Puerto Rico, Saipan, and the U.S. Virgin Islands and in Fiscal Year 2017 made 143,470 overall administrative arrests. Of these arrests, 92 percent had a criminal conviction, a pending criminal charge, were an ICE fugitive or were processed with a reinstated final order. (Source: Fiscal Year 2017 ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations Report.)

Support from the law enforcement community across the Commonwealth has surged in the past few weeks. Among the law enforcement officials and groups publicly endorsing the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate:

  • Sheriff Tom Hodgson
  • Sheriff Jim Cummings
  • Sheriff Lew Evangelidis
  • Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association
  • Everett Police Superior Officers Local 95
  • Everett Police Patrolman’s Local 94
  • Worcester Police Officers Local 911
  • Norfolk County Correction Officers
  • Massachusetts Police Association
  • Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
  • New England Benevolent Police Association

Diehl won the Republican election by a thirty-point margin and the Primary by 29 points.  He has earned many endorsements including: Representatives David DeCoste, Marc Lombardo, Jim Lyons, Shaunna O’Connell, Lenny Mirra and Peter Durant, Senator Bob Hedlund, former New England Patriots Fred Smerlas, Steve Grogan, and Matt Light, Red Sox Champion Curt Schilling, comedian Lenny Clark and broadcaster John Dennis, to name a few.  He has also received endorsements from former Governor’s Councilor David Constantine (D-New Bedford) and Former Mayor and State Representative Bob Correia (D-Fall River).

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Diehl Wins Boston Police Endorsement

Diehl First Republican To Receive This Endorsement

BOSTON, MA—Today, surrounded by Boston Police officers, Geoff Diehl, the Republican nominee, announced that he has won the endorsement of the Boston Police Patrolmen Association (BPPA).  The association does not typically endorse in federal races.  It is another major sign of growing momentum for Diehl.

“The choice is very clear,” said Mike Leary, BPPA president. “We have an advocate who will fight for Boston police personnel as opposed to someone who undermines our efforts to keep neighborhoods safe. Geoff Diehl is our candidate for U.S. Senate.”

The BPPA represents over 2000 police—the third largest force in New England—who put their lives on the line to keep Boston safe.

“I am honored and humbled by their support. Every day they courageously work to keep our streets safe.  They need a selected Senator who will have their back not throw them under the bus to score political points.  Warren calls them racists.  I call them heroes,” said Diehl.

“Earlier this year I was able to ride along with a police gang unit.  It was an eye-opening experience.  Our police are on the frontlines of fighting the drug war.  As a father and husband, I am truly grateful for their efforts and the risks they take.  They can count on me to stand up for them in Washington,” said Diehl.  “When elected, I will continue to do the ride-alongs to learn from our police on a firsthand basis.”

Support from the law enforcement community across the Commonwealth has ramped up for Diehl. Among the law enforcement officials and groups publicly endorsing the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate:

  • Sheriff Tom Hodgson
  • Sheriff Jim Cummings
  • Sheriff Lew Evangelidis
  • Everett Police Superior Officers Local 95
  • Everett Police Patrolman’s Local 94
  • Worcester Police Officers Local 911
  • Norfolk County Correction Officers
  • Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
  • New England Benevolent Police Association

Diehl won the Republican convention by a thirty-point margin and the Primary by 29 points.  He has earned many endorsements including: Representatives David DeCoste, Marc Lombardo, Jim Lyons, Shaunna O’Connell, Lenny Mirra and Peter Durant, Senator Bob Hedlund, former New England Patriots Fred Smerlas, Steve Grogan, and Matt Light, Red Sox Champion Curt Schilling, comedian Lenny Clark and broadcaster John Dennis, to name a few.  He has also received endorsements from former Governor’s Councilor David Constantine (D-New Bedford) and Former Mayor and State Representative Bob Correia (D-Fall River).

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Law Enforcement Backing Diehl

Another Major Police Endorsement – NEPBA

CHELMSFORD, MA—The New England Police Benevolent Association, representing over 5,000 law enforcement personnel, has announced its formal endorsement of Representative Geoff Diehl in his bid to unseat Elizabeth Warren.

“Geoff Diehl is the kind of leader we need to empower and champion our law enforcement community,” said Jerry Flynn, the union’s executive director. “His legislative record supporting men and women in blue runs in stark contrast to the rhetoric espoused by Warren.”

“I’m proud of the enormous trust and confidence our men and women in blue are putting in me,” said Geoff Diehl. “When our men and women on the front lines have the resources and support they need from our leaders, our families and communities can feel safe and secure.”

Support from the law enforcement community across the Commonwealth has steadily grown since Diehl’s decisive win in the primary. Among the law enforcement officials and groups that have publicly endorsed the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate:

  • Sheriff Tom Hodgson
  • Sheriff Jim Cummings
  • Sheriff Lew Evangelidis
  • Everett Police Superior Officers Local 95
  • Everett Police Patrolman’s Local 94
  • Worcester Police Officers Local 911
  • Norfolk County Correction Officers
  • Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition

Diehl won the Republican convention by a thirty-point margin and the Primary by 29 points.  He has earned many endorsements including: Representatives David DeCoste, Marc Lombardo, Jim Lyons, Shaunna O’Connell, Lenny Mirra and Peter Durant, Senator Bob Hedlund, former New England Patriots Fred Smerlas, Steve Grogan, and Matt Light, Red Sox Champion Curt Schilling, comedian Lenny Clark and broadcaster John Dennis, to name a few.  He has also received endorsements from former Governor’s Councilor David Constantine (D-New Bedford) and Former Mayor and State Representative Bob Correia (D-Fall River).

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EVANGELIDIS ENDORSES DIEHL

Law Enforcement Support Continues to Grow for Diehl

Worcester, MA…Today Representative Geoff Diehl, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, proudly announced that he has received the endorsement of Sheriff Lew Evangelidis.  Diehl has now won the endorsement of three Massachusetts Sheriffs.

“As sheriff, my primary responsibility is public safety,” said Sheriff Evangelidis. “Our current senator’s policies and rhetoric have done nothing but divide us and endanger those in law enforcement. We need a United States Senator like Geoff Diehl, who will have our back instead of someone who puts us in a position where we need to watch our backs.”

Support from the law enforcement community across the Commonwealth has mounted since Diehl’s decisive primary win.  Yesterday, Diehl proudly announced the endorsement of Worcester’s NEPBA Local 911 which rarely endorses candidates.  Among the law enforcement groups that have publicly endorsed the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate:

  • Sheriff Tom Hodgson
  • Sheriff Jim Cummings
  • Everett Police Superior Officers Local 95
  • Everett Police Patrolman’s Local 94
  • Norfolk County Correction Officers
  • Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition

Diehl won the Republican convention by a thirty-point margin and the Primary by 29 points.  He has been earning many endorsements including: Representatives David DeCoste, Marc Lombardo, Jim Lyons, Shaunna O’Connell, Lenny Mirra and Peter Durant, Senator Bob Hedlund, Youth Conservatives of Massachusetts, former New England Patriots Fred Smerlas, Steve Grogan, and Matt Light, Red Sox Champion Curt Schilling, comedian Lenny Clark and broadcaster John Dennis, to name a few. Diehl was the first candidate to receive a major law enforcement endorsement. Last week he received the endorsement of former Governor’s Councilor David Constantine (D-New Bedford).

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New Bedford’s Constantine Endorses Diehl

New Bedford, MA…Today Representative Geoff Diehl, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, announced that he has received the endorsement of former Governor’s Councilor Dr. David Constantine (Formally-D-New Bedford).

“I am so pleased that Dr. Constantine has crossed the aisle to endorse my candidacy for the United States Senate.  He is a great leader for the First District and proudly served the surrounding communities in the State Senate.  He always puts the people first and has made a positive difference in so many lives.  His strong support will help us win New Bedford and the surrounding communities,” said Diehl.

“I am very impressed by Geoff Diehl.  He has shown a great commitment to New Bedford and our issues.  He has had the courage of his convictions and I trust that he will deliver for our community.

We both share the same voice for family values, and the return to morality in our great country today.

I am pleased and honored to endorse Geoff Diehl for United States Senate,” said Constantine.

Dr. Constantine is a lifelong Democrat and a former ex-officio member of the Massachusetts Democratic Party.  He was elected to the Governor’s Council in 1992 and served for eight years.  For 37 years, Constantine was a Oral Maxillofacial surgeon, helping thousands of New Bedford residents.

Diehl has traveled regularly to New Bedford. He has met with members of the fishing industry and developed a plan to revive the industry.  Last week Diehl spoke at the South Coast Chamber of Commerce.

As the next U.S. Senator, Diehl plans to use his RV as a mobile office so area residents don’t have to travel to Boston to see their Senator.

“We need a Senator who will stand up for the hard-working people of Massachusetts and focus on growing our economy.  While Senator Warren has focused on putting money in herwallet selling books, I have focused on putting money into yourwallet,” added Diehl.

“Massachusetts is too great for a part-time Senator.  We need a Senator who will focus on the citizens of the Commonwealth,” said Diehl. “From the time you wake up in the morning and until you go to bed in the evening you should be working to help the people of Massachusetts.  I think people should come first ahead of oneself.  Our Senator needs to do their job by putting you first!”

Diehl won the Republican convention by a thirty-point margin and the Primary by 29 points.  He has been earning many endorsements including: Representatives David DeCoste, Marc Lombardo, Jim Lyons, Shaunna O’Connell, Lenny Mirra and Peter Durant, Senator Bob Hedlund, Youth Conservatives of Massachusetts, former New England Patriots Fred Smerlas, Steve Grogan, and Matt Light, Red Sox Champion Curt Schilling, comedian Lenny Clarke and broadcaster John Dennis, to name a few.  Diehl was the first candidate to receive a major law enforcement endorsement. The Norfolk County Correction Officers and Everett Patrolmen’s Association have thrown their weight behind Diehl.

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DIEHL WINS BIG ENDORSEMENT: Malone Endorses Diehl

Braintree, MA… Today Representative Geoff Diehl, the endorsed Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, announced that he has received the endorsement of former State Treasurer Joe Malone.

“I am proud to endorse Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate.  He is the only person in the race who had the courage and wisdom to stand up and say that Hillary Clinton was not the right choice for our country and supported Donald Trump.  Geoff will have a seat at the table for Massachusetts which means he will be able to do more for our state,” said Malone.

“I am extremely pleased to have received Joe’s endorsement.  His endorsement sends a clear message that we are the campaign that can defeat Elizabeth Warren,” said Diehl.  “As State Treasurer, I admire his work in cutting the bureaucracy at the Treasury to save taxpayers money.  Joe put people first and successfully took on government bureaucracy.”

“In 2016, Joe recognized that our country needed a new vision.  He joined me in supporting President Trump who has turned around our economy, cut taxes, and strengthened our national security,” said Diehl.

Malone was born in Newton and is the youngest of seven children of Italian immigrants.  He grew up in Waltham. He graduated from Waltham High School and attended Phillips Andover Academy as a post-graduate. Malone graduated from Harvard University with a BA in government in 1978. He was a standout high school football star continued his success at Harvard by winning the Henry Lamar Award.

After graduating from Harvard, Malone worked for the re-election campaign for Republican Senator Edward Brooke. In 1982 he coordinated Ray Shamie’s U.S. Senate campaign against Senator Ted Kennedy. Malone unsuccessfully ran for U.S. Senate against incumbent Ted Kennedy in 1988, but did gain significant popularity.

In 1990, he was elected State Treasurer and then re-elected in 1994.  During his tenure as State Treasurer he reduced the operating budget by 62 percent. Malone took pension fund performance from among the worst in the nation to the very best and reformed the state’s deferred compensation program.

Diehl’s campaign has been gaining significant momentum.  This week he won the endorsement of Captain Dave Marciano and the Everett Police Patrolmen’s Association.

Diehl won the Republican convention by a thirty point margin. His other endorsements include: the Watertown Republican Town Committee, the Hanson Republican Town Committee, the Bourne Republican Town Committee, the East Bridgewater Republican Town Committee, the Dighton Republican Town Committee, Boston Ward 9 Republican Committee, the Somerville Republican City Committee, the Whitman Republican Town Committee, the Dracut Republican Town Committee, Representatives Shaunna O’Connell, Marc Lombardo, Jim Lyons, Lenny Mirra, Nick Boldyga and Peter Durant, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, Youth Conservatives of Massachusetts, all of the Sudbury delegates to the convention, former New England Patriots Fred Smerlas, Steve Grogan, and Matt Light, Red Sox Champion Curt Schilling, and John Dennis, to name a few.  Diehl was the first candidate to receive a major law enforcement endorsement. The Norfolk County Correction Officers have thrown their weight behind Diehl.