Medford-Based Super PAC Aimed at 'Two-Party Balance'
Michael Morales started the Committee for a Better Massachusetts this week, according to federal documents.
A Medford resident has formed a political action committee (known as a PAC) to aimed at "restoring a healhty two-party balance" in the Commonwealth.
Michael Morales started the Committee for a Better Massachusetts this week, according to documents filed with the Federal Election Commission (FEC), which can be seen here.
The committee will be a "Super PAC" because it "intends to make independent expenditures" and "raise funds in unlimited amounts," according to the committee's FEC documents.
When contacted by Patch by e-mail about the formation of the Committee for a Better Massachusetts, Morales responded with the following statement:
The Committee for a Better Massachusetts is dedicated to restoring a healthy two-party balance in Massachusetts. It will support candidates from outside the state's one-party political culture who are committed to government reform, balanced budgets, lowering taxes, and creating jobs.
News of the Super PAC's formation was first reported on Twitter by POLITICO's Byron Tau.