U.S. Sen.-elect Edward Markey hasn’t resigned from his House seat yet, but the campaign to replace him is already heating up.
I know Gabriel wasn’t the greatest candidate, not a smooth talker, not a polished pol (if that is an attribute) but he offered the Commonwealth something new, something fresh, somebody with impressive credentials outside the drudgery of Washington, D.C……somebody….anybody….other than the 37-year veteran of nothingness, Ed Markey.
We’re still wondering – what’s in all this for us?
The White House, led by Obama himself, invested heavily in the Massachusetts election, fueled largely by widespread fear of another Brown-like surprise.
Longtime Democratic U.S. Rep. Edward Markey defeated Republican political newcomer Gabriel Gomez in a special election.
Gomez was scheduled to vote early Tuesday in his hometown of Cohasset, with Markey casting his ballot later in the morning in Malden.
The day is here and there really is no good reason for not voting.
The state’s top elections official says all indications point to an historically low voter turnout for the special U.S. Senate election.
Republican Gabriel Gomez and Democrat Edward Markey hit the campaign trail across Massachusetts on Sunday, urging their supporters not to let up as the clock ticks down on the state’s special U.S. Senate election.
Democrat Ed Markey and Republican Gabriel Gomez have busy schedules planned as they head into the final days of their campaign for the U.S. Senate.