Democratic Senate hopeful Edward Markey is continuing to press Republican rival Gabriel Gomez to sign a pledge intended to discourage outside groups from pouring money into campaign ads in Massachusetts’ special U.S. Senate election.
Rep. Ed Markey has a slim lead over Gabriel Gomez in a new poll in the U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts.
Today is Senate primary voting day in Massachusetts, the day when we choose the candidates who will be on the ballot in June, with the winner likely representing us in the Senate for years to come.
The race to fill Secretary of State John Kerry’s former Senate seat has been overshadowed by the Boston Marathon bombings. A light turnout is expected Tuesday.
On April 22, the Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate will participate in a live, one-hour television debate moderated by WBZ political analyst Jon Keller. It will be seen live on WBZ-TV, CBSBoston.com and WBZ NewsRadio 1030.
Writer Frank Cerabino argues, “Florida is the land of miracles, we’re not just talking hip replacements…and….think about it Your Holiness, there’s no reason to feel cast aside and too old for the world……that’s why God made Florida. Love it!
Democratic Congressmen Stephen Lynch and Ed Markey have agreed to six debates in their race for the Massachusetts U.S. Senate special election nomination to replace John Kerry.
Congressman Ed Markey has a long way to go in his hunt to fill John Kerry’s vacant Senate seat, but the Democratic hopeful is feeling confident after receiving the support of some key education groups.
One by one, high-profile Massachusetts Republicans are bowing out of the special election for John Kerry’s U.S. Senate seat, leaving the party in search of a candidate capable of giving the Democrats a run for their money.
Middlesex County District Attorney Gerard Leone has decided not to run for the U.S. Senate after all.