A possible run for governor was one of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with Congressman Mike Capuano.
Democrats from across Massachusetts gathered Saturday for their annual convention in Lowell to set a party platform, yet the real focus was on potential candidates for next year’s governor’s race.
Despite his decision not to run for Massachusetts governor in 2014, Lt. Gov. Tim Murray has no plans to return close to a half million dollars he managed to raise for a possible campaign, according to a report.
Lt. Governor Tim Murray says he has decided not to run for governor in 2014, according to The Statehouse News Service.
So now that Lt. Gov. Tim Murray has dropped out of the running, who might fill the void in the 2014 race for governor?
It’s been almost two weeks since Massachusetts re-elected Gov. Deval Patrick by a narrow margin, and some blame that narrow margin on Independent candidate Tim Cahill.
The three major candidates for Governor of Massachusetts were up and out early on election day, speaking with WBZ News Radio.
Republican Candidate Charlie Baker is ready for a fight tomorrow as we head into Election Day.
We finish off our Midterm Election Eve coverage with Green Rainbow party candidate for governor Jill Stein.
It’s no secret – Independent gubernatorial candidate Tim Cahill needs votes and he checks in on Nightside to rally the troops.