New Mass. Pot Law Appears Ready To Take Effect Next WeekThe Secretary of State's office plans to deliver the official results of the Nov. 8 ballot question to the Governor's Council for certification on Wednesday.
Judge: 3 Who Failed To Register Can Cast Provisional BallotsThree Massachusetts residents who failed to meet the state requirement to register to vote at least 20 days before an election can cast provisional ballots, a judge ruled Monday.
Early Mass. Voters Cannot Change BallotsWhen Donald Trump urged early voters who’d cast ballots for Clinton to “change your vote” this week, it seems the words caused some confusion.
Voter Registration Deadline Nears For Massachusetts PrimaryElection officials in Massachusetts are reminding residents of an upcoming voter registration deadline.
Mass. Casino Opponents Clear Signature Hurdle In Repeal EffortSecretary of State William Galvin says a count has determined that casino foes collected enough certified signatures to continue pursuing a proposed ballot question that would repeal the state's 2011 gambling law.
Keller @ Large: Secretary Of State William Galvin The upcoming U.S. Senate elections and the state of Massachusetts politics were some of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday.
Mass. Population Increased 1.5 Percent Since 2010The latest U.S. Census Bureau numbers put the state's population at more than 6.6 million, up by more than 98,000 residents from April 2010.
Citigroup Fires Analyst, Pays $2 Million Fine Over Facebook IPO LeakThe top securities regulator in Massachusetts has fined Citigroup Global Markets Inc. $2 million for failing to supervise analysts who improperly disclosed confidential information about Facebook's initial public offering.
State Street Global Advisors Fined MillionsThe state has imposed a $5 million penalty on State Street Global Advisors, for failing to tell investors the true nature of a very risky investment.