September 28, 2013 On Tuesday September 24th, 2013 the people of Boston spoke by going out to the polls and voting for who they think should be the next mayor of the city of Boston. […]
For the first time in two decades, the name “Thomas Menino” was not on the ballot for the mayor of Boston.
The mayoral race is expected to draw a large turnout of voters in Lawrence. Bernice Corpuz reports.
Political people float these names to the media, and the media then floats them by you, but none of that means any of them were ever seriously considering a run
BOSTON (AP) – The top candidates for Massachusetts governor are draining their campaign accounts in the final drive to Election Day, even as the Republican Governor’s Association dumps another $1.5 million into the race.
Jon Keller takes a look at the latest report on the state’s economy, and says it’s time for candidates to focus on what’s important. [Audio http://cbsboston.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/campaigns.mp3%5D
BOSTON (AP) – The Massachusetts candidates for governor agree the Obama administration’s health care overhaul is not the solution to all the country’s health insurance problems.
Sean Bielat, the Republican candidate trying to oust U.S. Rep. Barney Frank, is pulling in donations from backers as far away as Texas, California and Guam.
Gov. Deval Patrick said Tuesday that plans by his political challengers in the governor’s race would require the state to curtail human service programs further, and he claimed to be the only candidate who knows […]
Neil Swidey of The Boston Globe previews his story in the Sunday Magazine about the demeanor of political candidates.