Sen. Warren Turns Fundraising Powerhouse For DemocratsWarren started 2017 with $4.8 million in her campaign account, the biggest piggybank of any Senate Democrat facing voters next year, according to an Associated Press review of campaign finance records.
Massachusetts Democrats Gear Up For Star Turns At ConventionA boatload of public officials in the heavily Democratic state — including the entire congressional delegation and several statewide elected officials— are slated to attend the gathering. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Congressman Joe Kennedy and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh are expected to address the convention crowds.
7 Democrats Vie For Open Mass. Senate SeatA primary will be held on Tuesday to fill an open state Senate seat.
Baker, Democratic Leaders Signal They Can Work Together On BudgetRepublican Gov. Charlie Baker and Democratic leaders discussed the projected state budget shortfall during his first meeting on Monday.
United Independent Party Gains Official Status In MassachusettsThanks to candidate Evan Falchuk gaining 3 percent of the vote, the United Independent Party joins Democrats and Republicans as Massachusetts political parties.
Keller @ Large: Berwick, Coakley, Grossman In WBZ-TV DiscussionThe three Democratic candidates for governor of Massachusetts met for a discussion with Jon Keller at WBZ-TV Friday.
Keller @ Large: Tom McGee, Chair Of Mass. Democratic PartyFollowing the state’s Democratic Convention, Democrats are looking ahead to election day. And so is Jon Keller. In today's Keller at Large, Jon sits down with the chair of state Democratic Party Tom McGee.
Election Watch: Will Obamacare Hurt Democrats In 2014?Less than a year from now, voters head to the polls for the 2014 midterm elections.
Democrats Move Past Scott Brown Ghost With Markey WinThe White House, led by Obama himself, invested heavily in the Massachusetts election, fueled largely by widespread fear of another Brown-like surprise.
Keller @ Large: Time To Start Demanding BetterEconomic malaise rolls on, here and overseas and neither party seems to have much of a clue what to do about it.
Keller @ Large: Debate Could Help You Decide Between Lynch And MarkeyIf 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.
Keller @ Large: Debate First Of Many That Will Define Way We LiveWatch 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.