Hudak drops libel suit against Tierney
Republican candidate Bill Hudak withdrew his libel complaint against Democratic Congressman John Tierney this afternoon, following a judge’s ruling earlier today that he could not call witnesses to testify until after the Nov. 2 election.
Tierney fends off Hudak subpoena
Judge Robert Cornetta today quashed a subpoena that would have forced Congressman John Tierney to testify in a suit brought by challenger Bill Hudak seeking to stop the Salem Democrat from using what Hudak says is a libelous TV campaign ad.
Harshbarger: Baker memo shows misdeeds in '98 race
A memo Swampscott Republican Charles Baker wrote 12 years ago sounding alarms about state transportation financing has not only shaken up this year's Massachusetts gubernatorial race but rekindled a debate about the outcome of the 1998 campaign.
Campaign ads fact check: Tierney opponent called 'kook' who'll kill mortgage tax credit
Republican Bill Hudak is going to court over a campaign ad.
He has asked a Superior Court judge to order Congressman John Tierney to stop using a television spot that suggests Hudak wants to "shift the tax burden from the wealthiest to the middle class" and "eliminate the home mortgage deduction."
Campaign ads fact check: Hudak says Incumbent sticks up for crooked members of his family
Republican Bill Hudak has taken Congressman John Tierney to court to challenge the veracity of claims the Salem Democrat made about him in a campaign ad.
But what about the anti-Tierney ad that Hudak's campaign produced? Is Hudak entirely forthright and honest in what he asserts about his opponent?
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