April, 23 2013 |
Senator John Keenan ~ Senator Thomas Kennedy
Rep. Michael Brady ~ Rep. Christine Canavan ~ Rep. Clair Cronin
Massachusetts Democratic Party Chair John Walsh
Cordially invite you to an evening of conversation and fun with:
Massachusetts State Auditor
J.P Ryan’s Tavern
246 Brockton Avenue
Abington, MA 02351
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
$50 $100 $200
Please RSVP to 627-281-3633 or email@example.com
Nov 3rd, 2012 |
For months now, I have been carrying Elizabeth’s message to every group of voters I can find, and I have been thrilled by their response. Democrats and Unenrolled voters alike have risen up in her support and have been canvassing and calling, identifying other voters who share her commitment to preserving our middle class.
On Tuesday, we need to make sure every one of the voters with whom we have spoken to gets to the polls by 8 pm. Please help us by visiting elizabethwarren.com/gotv.
Oct 11, 2012 |
Remarks of State Auditor Suzanne Bump
MWPC Abigail Adams Award
October 10, 2012
Receiving the MWPC’s Abigail Adams Award, I spoke of the “girl pilots” of WWII and women’s continued fight for equal pay.
Please read my full remarks in this PDF: MWPC AAdamsAward 10/10/12.
Springfield Republican Editorial – “Bump’s office has been relentless in its effort to uncover incidents of public fraud since she was elected in 2010 in the race to succeed longtime auditor Joseph DeNucci, who retired. We applaud the auditor’s efforts to make sure that the programs are run honestly and that the people who desperately need the assistance are getting that help.”
On March 27th, 2013, my office released an audit finding that the addresses of 119 sex offenders matched the address listed by a Child Care Provider. While the Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) has the best intention to fulfill its mission, this audit shows that more can be done to protect young children.
AGA Boston serves professionals in the government financial management community by providing quality education, fostering professional development, and participating in local community projects for the New England area. In the past three years, the chapter has grown more than 50%, adding 116 members to reach its current total of 337.
Strong government oversight can save money. Nine months after a critical report, the Weymouth Housing Authority has made improvements to their bottom line. Read more in the Patriot Ledger.
A report by my office has led to passage of new legislation dealing with hazardous dams. The Springfield Republican has a nice article and map of projects in Western Massachusetts.
Paid for by the Committee to Elect Suzanne Bump
Mailing address: P.O. Box 514, Accord, MA 02018