Massachusetts Politics

Tim Cahill (file image)

What’s Next For Tim Cahill?

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.

11/14/2010

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High Voter Turnout Expected In Massachusetts

The Secretary of State’s office projects a turnout in excess of 2.4 million registered voters.

11/01/2010

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Mass. Governor Candidates Turn Up Heat

Gov. Deval Patrick and Republican challenger Charles Baker are trading jabs on taxes, jobs and health care as the race for governor heads into its final days.

10/27/2010

Karyn Polito in a photo from her web site

Karyn Polito Explains “Sox Plate Gate”

Dan Rea calls out the Boston Globe for what he calls a “hit piece” on the Republican candidate for state treasurer.

10/26/2010

Charlie Baker on WBZ News Radio (CBS)

Charlie Baker Opposes Cape Wind Project

Charlie Baker is talking taxes, job creation, Big Dig memos and Cape Wind with just days to go before the election.

10/26/2010

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Keller At Large – Patrick, Baker, Cahill, Stein Final Debate

Jon Keller talks about what the candidates had to say in their last debate.

10/26/2010

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Barney Frank’s Foe Shrinks Money Gap In House Race

The fundraising race between Democratic Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank and his Republican challenger Sean Bielat is tightening.

10/22/2010

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Third District Congressional Seat Debate 10/21/2010

Nightside’s midterm election debate series continues with incumbent Jim McGovern, Republican Marty Lamb, and Independent Patrick Barron running for the third district congressional seat.

10/22/2010

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Keller At Large – Campaign Messages

Jon Keller says the campaign messages need to focus on the economy, not who did what in the past

10/21/2010

Congressman Frank Lends $200,000 To Campaign

  BOSTON (AP) – Congressman Barney Frank is lending $200,000 to his re-election campaign, citing what he said is promised spending by outside conservative organizations in support of Republican rival Sean Bielat.

10/21/2010

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