Candidates for every office from governor to state representative are revving up their get-out-the-vote efforts as they work to pull sympathetic voters to the polls on a Primary Day officials warn could see a low turnout.
Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, whose drive-by approach to campaigning in New Hampshire drove his 2008 presidential campaign into the ground, is considering a do-over.
There’s a possibility that Massachusetts won’t be able to participate fully in the next presidential election.
What are the important races to watch in the Tuesday primaries in Massachusetts? We called in our “Virtual Political Roundtable” members, democrat Mary Anne Marsh and republican Gene Hartigan.
WBZ’s Art Cohen speaks with Secretary of State Bill Galvin about Wednesday’s deadline to register to vote in the September primaries.