January 31, 2012

Barry Hinkley's Intriguing New Campaign Manager Executive Director

Monique Chartier

Smart move, Barry. (What IS the difference between the "Executive Director" of a campaign and a "Campaign Manager"???)

The Barry Hinckley for Senate campaign has announced that John Loughlin, former Republican candidate for U.S. Representative in 2010 against David Cicilline will assume the position of executive director.

“I think Barry is the guy who is going to create jobs and frankly Rhode Island is dying right now, and we need a senator who will lead our congressional delegation with real business experience,” said Loughlin. Loughlin said Hinckley, a Republican, has the resume necessary to help turn the economy around.

"I am very excited that John will be joining our team to defeat Sheldon Whitehouse," said Hinckley. "John shares my values of private sector job growth and a government that doesn't continue to spend our children's future."

Check out Hinckley's website here.

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“I think Barry is the guy who is going to create jobs"

Other than repetion, where does the idea that government can create jobs come from?

Posted by: Warrington Faust at January 31, 2012 9:02 PM

Barry Hinckley is a fantastic candidate. Everyone who can afford to support him should do so. We need to get rid of Sheldon, who is possibly the worst politician in the entire country

Posted by: Doug Meisner at February 2, 2012 4:25 PM

I really hate to be the one to say this, but Hinckley's campaign is going nowhere. As aloof as Sheldon is, Hinckley has yet to connect to the voters. His campaign is one of big promise but no mo.
No traction. No excitement. No clear message. That leadership needs to come from the top, and Barry despite being an attractive candidate just isn't ready for a senatorial campaign.

Posted by: Skeptic at February 6, 2012 1:06 PM
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