There’s now less than a month to go until primary voters nominate candidates for the U.S. Senate seat here in Massachusetts.
On Wednesday night, the two Democrats and three Republicans faced off in their first televised debates.
One of the state’s top anti-tax activists is backing Republican Daniel Winslow for U.S. Senate.
Candidates in Massachusetts special U.S. Senate race are hitting the campaign trail with the primary election just five weeks away.
The U.S. Senate Race were some of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with State Rep. Dan Winslow.
A letter to Governor Patrick lobbying for the interim Senate appointment has landed one of the Republicans now seeking that office in political trouble.
The three Republicans running in Massachusetts’ special U.S. Senate election are preparing for their first debate, while U.S. Reps. Stephen Lynch and Edward Markey are challenging each on the Democratic side.
Norfolk state Rep. Dan Winslow emerged as the winner of the Massachusetts Republican Party’s first straw poll in the U.S. Senate race.
Massachusetts voters heading to the polls on primary day in this year’s special U.S. Senate election will find something that was missing from last year’s Senate race — a choice of candidates.
Four of five Massachusetts U.S. Senate hopefuls say they have either collected more than enough signatures or are confident they will have enough to land a spot on the April 30 primary ballot.