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"Real reform has to begin with making decisions based on what is best for our towns and the people that make them great. Let's work together to bring back responsibility and accountability to the legislature."
Geoff Diehl
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State House - Room 167
Boston, MA 02133
617.722.2810
Seventh Plymouth - Massachusetts
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April 1, 2015 - "Watertown Man Honored for Role in Passing State Ballot Question," by Charlie Breitrose
On March 19, Aylward, a Republican State Committee member; Republican strategist Holly Robichaud; and GOP State Rep. Geoff Diehl of Whitman, co-chairs were honored by the American Association of Political Consultants with with the Ballot Measure Campaign of the Year for their work on Question 1. The ceremony was held in New Orleans.
March 29, 2015 - "An update on Boston's Olympic bid..." by Bob Katzen, Beacon Hill Roll Call / Sun Chronicle
Meanwhile, Rep. Geoff Diehl (R-Whitman) said that not one of the people involved with Boston 2024 are known for being frugal with taxpayer money. "I fear the taxpayers are going to be left with a big bill," said Diehl. He challenged Boston 2024 to not spend more than $250,000 on the ballot question. "If they truly want the people's opinion, then they should put aside their big money," said Diehl. "You can win a ballot question by just talking to voters without all the expensive commercials."
March 27, 2015 - "Area lawmakers putting partisan politics aside to push for busing funds issue," by Jim Hand, Sun Chronicle
"This is an issue that shouldn't be politicized. There are some issues when you look past partisan political differences." Diehl agreed. "I'm not reluctant to work with any legislator" on a good cause. He said complaints about the lack of state funding are widespread because it hurts local budgets.

Abington - East Bridgewater - Whitman