When Lt. Gov.-Elect Karyn Polito takes office in January, she’ll take on a position that will have been vacant for nearly two years.
An advocacy group is asking Gov.-elect Baker to prioritize mental health issues.
Steven Kadish, a Northeastern University administrator who served under former Republican Gov. Mitt Romney, was tapped Monday by Gov.-elect Charlie Baker for the key role of chief of staff in the new administration.
During this Sunday’s Keller @ Large, Baker sat down for a one-on-one interview with WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller to lay out his plans for the beginning of his term.
The latest court hearing involving Partners HealthCare’s proposed takeover of three suburban hospitals led to a testy exchange when Attorney General Martha Coakley took offense to the judge’s suggestion that Coakley was driven by politics.
Massachusetts could soon be granting two new political parties official status.
A new study conducted by The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University suggests some people get so upset after their candidate loses an election, it’s worse than a national tragedy for them.
Democracy is doomed. Must listen!
Republican Charlie Baker and Democrat Martha Coakley spent Sunday searching high and low for undecided voters — from church pews to tailgate parties — as the hours ticked down to Election Day.
WBZ political analyst Jon Keller sat down with Jim O’Sullivan, a political writer for the Boston Globe, and WBZ NewsRadio 1030 morning news anchor Joe Mathieu.