Maura Healey has won the Democratic nomination for Massachusetts attorney general after a hard-fought primary race.
Charlie Baker will get another shot at winning the Massachusetts governor’s office in November.
Candidates for every office from governor to state representative are revving up their get-out-the-vote efforts as they work to pull sympathetic voters to the polls on a Primary Day officials warn could see a low turnout.
I’ve been hearing all the predictable, tired excuses for why people don’t vote.
A recent Suffolk University poll found Martha Coakley leading Steve Grossman and Don Berwick in the bellwether towns of Hull and Randolph in their primary contest for governor.
WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller sat down with Joe Mathieu to discuss the upcoming primary races in Massachusetts.
What is it in the water here that makes every moderately-successful political figure picture themselves in the Oval Office?
Let me fill you in on some good news and some bad news about each of the candidates.
The three Democratic candidates for governor sparred on everything from casinos and health care to President Barack Obama’s legacy in a televised debate on Wednesday.
Massachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin thinks turnout next Tuesday for the primary elections could be less than 20-percent.