The Massachusetts senate race is one of the topics Jon Keller covered Sunday on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with Massachusetts Democratic Party Chairman John Walsh.
A recap of Tuesday’s election and the Democratic sweep in Massachusetts were some of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with Massachusetts Democratic Party Chairman John Walsh.
Massachusetts Democratic Party Chairman John Walsh set off a controversy Monday by referring to Senator Scott Brown as “an honorary girl.”
An ad from Mitt Romney’s campaign claims the Obama Administration is out to destroy a signature bipartisan accomplishment of the 90’s.
WBZ’s Jon Keller sat down with Mass. Democratic Party chairman John Walsh to talk about Elizabeth Warren and the upcoming election.
There is a call for action after the I-Team investigated Essex County Sheriff Frank Cousins.
This week, Massachusetts Democratic Party chairman John Walsh stopped by to discuss the party’s direction moving forward. Jon Keller is at large.
It was a busy week for Republicans in New England, but state Democrats were also busy mounting a strategy to challenge U.S. Senator Scott Brown in 2012.
Massachusetts Democrats are gathering in Lowell to map out their two top goals for the 2012 elections – reelecting Barack Obama and ousting Scott Brown. Party Chairman John Walsh said the goals are connected.
President Barack Obama is planning to push his education agenda with a stop by a Boston school before bulking up his campaign coffers at a Museum of Fine Arts fundraiser.
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