Former Senator Scott Brown told WBZ-TV Friday that he is not running for the open U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts.
Congressman Stephen Lynch says he’s ready to jump in the race for the United State Senate seat vacated by Secretary of State John Kerry.
So with the primaries only three months away, let’s get the conversation going about what sort of choices this race will offer.
GOP officials close to Scott Brown report that the former Republican senator is “leaning strongly toward running” in the special election to replace Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry.
Secretary of State William Galvin says the election will be June 25, with a primary on April 30.
Former Senator Scott Brown’s Twitter account caused a bit of a frenzy overnight.
Congressman Stephen Lynch says he hasn’t made up his mind yet about a run for John Kerry’s U.S. Senate seat if Kerry is confirmed as Secretary of State.
Congressman Mike Capuano says he’s not going to run for John Kerry’s Senate seat, if Kerry is confirmed as Secretary of State.
The senator announced that 75-year-old C. Bruce Brown of Newburyport died Thursday after battling Parkinson’s disease for years.
Ted Kennedy Jr. is the latest name to create buzz to succeed John Kerry in the Senate if he is chosen to become Secretary of State.
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