Michael Sullivan is throwing his support behind fellow Republican primary rival Gabriel Gomez in the state’s special U.S. Senate election.
Businessman and former Navy SEAL Gabriel Gomez on Tuesday won the Republican nomination to run in the state’s special election for the U.S. Senate seat previously held by John Kerry.
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.
Yes, this race hasn’t generated headlines, but is that the fault of the candidates or the headline writers?
With less than two days to go to the primary election for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by John Kerry, all five candidates are shaking hands and holding rallies across the state.
Massachusetts U.S. Senate candidate Michael Sullivan launched an attack ad Thursday that takes direct aim at Gabriel Gomez, one of his two rivals for the Republican nomination.
The task in front of all three Republican candidates for the Commonwealth’s open U.S. Senate seat was clear: find a way to differentiate themselves from one another.
Meet the candidates.
Gabriel Gomez, Michael Sullivan and Dan Winslow faced off in a debate at the WBZ studios.