The sad thing is, both Gomez and Markey strike me as pretty good men, capable, and well-meaning.
The debate comes a day after a Suffolk University poll showed Markey has the backing of 48 percent of voters polled compared with 41 percent for Gomez.
There’s nothing as informative in a political campaign as a lively debate, and last night’s showdown between Senate candidates Gabriel Gomez and Ed Markey certainly fit the bill.
U.S. Senate candidates Ed Markey and Gabriel Gomez will participate in a live debate on WBZ-TV Wednesday, June 5, from 7-to-8 p.m.
If you didn’t catch Monday night’s WBZ debate between U.S. Senate candidates Stephen Lynch and Ed Markey, you missed a good one that could help inform your choice of a nominee for U.S. Senator who might be serving you for many years to come.
Watch or listen to the debate tonight and see how Stephen Lynch and Ed Markey address the issues. Because their debate is just the first of many that will define the way we live for many years to come.
The public is invited on a first-come, first-seated basis and can submit questions for the candidates via Twitter.
Reminder to politicians – even U.S. Senators – you work for us.
Senator Scott Brown announced Monday that he will not participate in a televised debate scheduled for Tuesday night because of Hurricane Sandy.
Now, this early voting trend that is sweeping the country is getting as ridiculous as being gifted for Christmas or one’s birthday 35 days in advance. There is much “shifty” benefit for the Democrats since they’re pushing for it.