Jon Keller takes a look inside Charlie Baker’s campaign after the election.
In politics, the goodwill honeymoon usually ends when the door closes on the couple’s hotel suite.
Massachusetts Governor-elect Charlie Baker said his first goal now that the election is over is “hiring a great team.”
A new study conducted by The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University suggests some people get so upset after their candidate loses an election, it’s worse than a national tragedy for them.
Bay Staters have gotten to know Charlie Baker over the course of his two campaigns for governor, but voters may not be as familiar with Karyn Polito, the woman who is set to be the state’s next lieutenant governor.
Martha Coakley conceded defeat in the governor’s race Wednesday morning, after a long night and a close race.
It was a wild election night, but as the dust settles, a few things are clear.
Republican Charlie Baker has been elected governor of Massachusetts, defeating Democrat Martha Coakley and three independent candidates to reclaim the state’s top political office for the GOP.
Massachusetts voters have repealed a law that ties future increases in the state’s gasoline tax to inflation.
Democrat Seth Moulton has won the race for Massachusetts’ 6th Congressional District, defeating Republican Richard Tisei.