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http://sharedparentingworks.org/2016/09/07/berkshire-county-ma-vote-for-rinaldo-delgallo-for-state-senate-sept-8/ Berkshire County, MA: Vote for Rinaldo DelGallo for State Senate Sept. 8 This entry was posted in Action Politics Shared Parenting on September 7, 2016 by teri Rinaldo Del Gallo In Berkshire County, Mass, Rinaldo DelGallo, a divorced father and outspoken advocate for shared parenting is one of three democrats facing off in a primary election to fill an open seat in the State Senate. The other two candidates oppose shared parenting. Also in Mass, Marilyn Pettito Devaney is running for re-election as a member of the Governor’s Council. She publicly favors shared parenting and is a member of Leading Women for Shared Parenting. VOTE Read more…


Wednesday, August 31, 2016 The timing could not be more unfortunate.   Just when NASA have just announced that the earth is heating faster than any other time in the last 1,000 years, Rinaldo Del Gallo’s opponents for state senate (Adams Hinds and Andrea Harrington) say that they are against wind energy here in the Berkshires.   It was the first time this came out during the campaign.  Noted Del Gallo, “I was absolutely stunned that both did not support wind energy here in the Berkshires.”   Last night, on Tuesday, at August 1st, at a forum at the Senior Center in Read more…


Tuesday, August 30, 2016   Adams Hinds has completely flip-flopped on the minimum wage.   But rather than characterize his stances, I have taken the time to provide exact quotes taken from two different debates.   Both Adams Hinds and Andrea Harrington declined to attend a fight for $15 rally held at Park Square in Pittsfield by Manos Unidas held in the spring.  Rinaldo Del Gallo was the only candidate to attend.       At a forum in Becket, on June 21st, moderator Smitty Pignatelli’s exact question was, “Do you support an immediate and across the board $15 minimum wage?” Read more…


By Rinaldo Del Gallo, III Posted:   08/07/2016 PITTSFIELD   I am running for state senator as a Bernie Sanders progressive. Whenever you hear Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren or I speak at length, our speeches invariably start on the subject of wealth disparity. It is the first issue on Sanders’ website. By contrast, I have never heard my two Democratic opponents use the term “wealth disparity,” “wealth inequality,” or otherwise significantly address the topic. America is not a poor country. Nor is Massachusetts a poor state. When our friends and neighbors who are barely keeping their heads above water surround Read more…


      The Berkshire Brigades has scheduled a Democrats only state senate debate tomorrow, Thursday, August 11, 2016, 7-9 pm.  It will be at the Boland Theater at Berkshire Community College. (1350 West St, Pittsfield, MA 01201 for your GPS).


While I certainly can understand the case for a Super Wal-Mart, and I can see why Adam Hinds is unwilling to ruffle the feathers of the mayor, I think it is possible to show respect for the mayor but stand-up for an issue that will have serious consequences on the regional economy. Unlike Mr. Hind’s position in Becket, I am opposed to the Super Wal-Mart at PEDA.


Press Release: State Senate Democratic Debate August 7th, Lenox Town Hall, 2:00 PM (not 7:00 PM)   Lenox Selectman and Chair of the Lenox Democrats Mr. Ken Fowler has indicated that the Lenox Democratic Committee will host a debate for candidates for the State Senate Democratic primary (Berkshire, Hamden, Hampshire and Franklin district) at the Lenox Town Hall on Sunday, August 7th at 2:00 PM. The moderator will be State Representative Smitty Pignatelli.   WHAT: Democratic State Senate Primary Debate WHEN: Sunday, August 7th at 2:00 PM WHERE: Lenox Town Hall WHO: Sponsored by Lenox Democrats, Rep. Smitty Pignatelli moderating. Read more…

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