Reinstein Knows of What She Speaks

September 26, 2012
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At the recent Chamber of Commerce luncheon at Casa Lucia, Representative Kathi-Anne Reinstein was the featured speaker. During a half hour presentation, she showed why she has been and remains Revere’s premier woman representing the city on Beacon Hill.

In her speech given to 120 Chamber members and their guests, she detailed and outlined everything known to be going on with regard to the casino possibilities for Suffolk Downs in addition to speaking with authority about the local economy, traffic mitigation and legislation that will aid Revere in the next two years.

In all, her speech was comprehensive, and showed her full grasp of the local scene, which at this point, is encyclopedic.

There are reasons no one has chosen to run against Reinstein in the past ten years or so. The main reason is that she does her homework and remains extremely popular here.

She would be very hard to run against let alone to defeat.

She showed with clarity and enthusiasm at the Chamber luncheon that she knows what she is talking about when it comes to the legislature and her position representing Revere.

  • Rob

    Did anyone ask how she could sponsor the naming the McCauley footbridge after Ed Markey’s parents? I didn’t think so. What a discrace!

  • drensber

    You can always count on the Revere Journal to be completely un-critical in their analysis of a member of the good-ole-boys(and occasionally girls) club. A lot of the reporting here looks eerily like what I see in the Chinese media… and Revere has a lot of the same problems (corruption and xenophobia, in particular) as China. Coincidence?

  • OldTimer

    Not one detail of what she spoke about. Amazing job reporting on this moron representative. Her father was a criminal, she’s too dumb to see the score so a do nothing job is good enough for her.

  • knowsports#1

    hey you guys come on now, she has been there all those years and after all she put through that “Fluff and Peanut is the official sandwich of Massachusetts” whew thank god we have such a hard working rep.

  • Marina

    I agree with all of the comments. I once reached out to her and she was completely unapproachable, before she even knew what I wanted. Funny, when you aren’t a resident that can vote or promote, you are invisible. Oh well, it is what it is.

  • Marina

    Two helpings of “fluff”

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