Mark Fisher Gives Voters 'A Choice They Haven't Had In A Long Time'

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The state primary election is just a few days away, and among the two Republicans running, Charlie Baker is considered the heavy favorite.

But Baker does have a challenger: businessman Mark Fisher — a self-described Tea Party Republican who's waging a long-shot bid to become the chief executive in this very blue state.

"If things were going well in Massachusetts, running as a Republican, I wouldn't have a chance to win as dog catcher," said Fisher. "But I'm saying no — things are terribly wrong. I think we're becoming dysfunctional."


Curt Nickisch, WBUR's business and technology reporter. He tweets @CurtNickisch.


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  • "The race for the Republican gubernatorial nomination pits former CEO Charlie Baker against lesser known general manager Mark Fisher. The business owner is bringing some Tea Party flavor the race for the GOP nomination."

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  • "Tea Party candidate Mark Fisher joins us to talk about his campaign for governor of Massachusetts."

The Boston Globe: Few Similarities Between Baker, Fisher At Cordial Debate

  • "Charlie Baker and Mark Fisher are both Republicans. At a Boston Globe OpDebate today, they both wore dark sport coats decorated by lapel flag pins and sat side-by-side on a stage. But that was about where their similarities ended."

This segment aired on September 4, 2014.


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