Massachusetts Democrats have narrowed their choice for governor to three, with state Treasurer Steven Grossman topping the balloting among delegates Saturday and Attorney General Martha Coakley narrowly edging out former federal health care administrator Don Berwick.
Thousands of Democratic activists from across the state gathered Friday for the start of the party’s nominating convention.
The five Democratic candidates for governor all agree that Massachusetts is on the right track but acknowledge there are problems in state government that need to be fixed.
Republican candidate for governor Charlie Baker is backing an increase in the state’s minimum wage to $10.50 per hour, but says it should be coupled with tax breaks for individuals and small businesses.
The upcoming election for the attorney general’s seat and Safe Communities, were some of the topics Jon Keller covered Sunday.
The upcoming election for the attorney general’s seat was one of the topics Jon Keller covered Sunday.
Candidates for nearly half of the seats in the 200-member Massachusetts Legislature are facing no opposition in this year’s election.
The politics of Russia and Benghazi were some of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday.
State Treasurer Steven Grossman suggested Thursday that the state inspector general review what he said was Coakley’s “failure to reimburse taxpayers in an appropriate and timely fashion.”
Gov. Deval Patrick has signed a bill allowing early voting up to 11 days before Election Day, making Massachusetts the 33rd state to embrace early voting.