U.S. Senate candidates Ed Markey and Gabriel Gomez will participate in a live debate on WBZ-TV Wednesday, June 5, from 7-to-8 p.m.
Rep. Markey and other members of Congress wrote checks with insufficient funds from a members-only bank.
Political campaigns are like a basketball game.
Democratic Senate hopeful Edward Markey is continuing to press Republican rival Gabriel Gomez to sign a pledge intended to discourage outside groups from pouring money into campaign ads in Massachusetts’ special U.S. Senate election.
Rep. Ed Markey has a slim lead over Gabriel Gomez in a new poll in the U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts.
Economic malaise rolls on, here and overseas and neither party seems to have much of a clue what to do about it.
His victory in the GOP primary Tuesday was a clear win for the outsiders. But he’s outnumbered, big-time; the total number of votes cast for all three Republican candidates was less than Stephen Lynch’s losing total.
Today is Senate primary voting day in Massachusetts, the day when we choose the candidates who will be on the ballot in June, with the winner likely representing us in the Senate for years to come.
Yes, this race hasn’t generated headlines, but is that the fault of the candidates or the headline writers?
If you didn’t catch Monday night’s WBZ debate between U.S. Senate candidates Stephen Lynch and Ed Markey, you missed a good one that could help inform your choice of a nominee for U.S. Senator who might be serving you for many years to come.