The candidates for Governor in Massachusetts plan to spend the time from dawn to dusk and beyond campaigning on this last day before the election.
With only a few days left until Election Day, Gov. Deval Patrick and GOP gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker hit the ground running on Sunday, trying to sway undecided voters in what has become a very close race.
With Election Day only a few days away, WBZ political analyst Jon Keller sits down with Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker.
Here’s a portion of an e-mail from “Robert” who raises an interesting point…
Republican candidate for governor Charlie Baker campaigned alongside Senator Scott Brown Saturday afternoon.
Rumor has it a new Suffolk University poll about to drop will show Gov. Patrick pulling into a lead outside the margin of error, for the first time in a late-stage Suffolk poll.
Charlie Baker shares with Jon Keller some of the lessons he’s learned during his campaign to become Governor.
Two new polls in the governor’s race released Friday show Gov. Deval Patrick and Republican challenger Charlie Baker in a dead heat.
A new poll late in the governor’s race shows Gov. Deval Patrick holding on to a seven-point lead over Charlie Baker.
Charlie Baker is pledging “no new taxes or fees” if he is elected. Governor Patrick says he has no plans to raise taxes, but calls the pledge a gimmick.