The two Republican candidates for governor of Massachusetts met in their first televised encounter Friday at WBZ-TV, just 24 days before the primary election.
Tonight at 7 p.m., the three Republican candidates for U.S. Senate will debate live in the WBZ studios. Jon Keller wants your questions
The Republican candidates for U.S. Senate will participate in a live, one-hour television debate moderated by WBZ political analyst Jon Keller on Wednesday, April 10. It will be live on WBZ-TV, CBSBoston.com and WBZ NewsRadio 1030.
Last night, and all those many hours spent watching these guys over the past eight months, have left me with a few impressions.
Primed for a fight, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum traded fiery accusations about health care, spending earmarks and federal bailouts.
The debate delved right into the interview making headlines with Newt Gingrich’s ex-wife.
Well I made two requests in my last posting……..”Republicans, get it together” and “Wall Street protestors, bring it on.” Speaking of the latter, I think the protestors did “bring it on.” The only problem is….they don’t know what “it” is.
The President’s plan for creating jobs and the future of Social Security were front and center during Monday night’s Republican Presidential debate.
Thursday night’s nationally televised debate involving 8 of the Republican candidates for president was a significant moment in that race. Jon Keller is at large.
I always learn something from debates, and last night was no exception.