Republican U.S. Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez is confronting his own party, saying the GOP has failed to deliver the change it promised and “is sometimes stuck in the past.”
The two candidates running for John Kerry’s Senate seat were out and about on Sunday, trying to drum up support.
The economy in Massachusetts may be faring better than the rest of the country, but it’s still far behind the boom years of the late 1990s when the state enjoyed dwindling unemployment and surging revenues.
President Barack Obama is endorsing fellow Democrat Edward Markey in the special election for the vacant Massachusetts U.S. Senate seat.
Jon Keller and David Bernstein discuss the Senate race and Lt. Gov. Tim Murray’s political future after he announced his resignation this week.
Gabriel Gomez did not apologize Friday for calling Rep. Ed Markey “pond scum.”
On Wednesday, June 5 at 7 p.m., the two remaining candidates for U.S. Senate will debate live in the WBZ studios. Jon Keller wants your questions.
Gabriel Gomez is hoping to get a needed boost of cash and enthusiasm from U.S. Senator John McCain.
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.
Jon Keller and Boston Globe political reporter Jim O’Sullivan discuss the Senate race between Ed Markey and Gabriel Gomez.