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.
There’s only a week to go until primary day, and with Stephen Lynch trailing Ed Markey in the polls and the money race, his campaign felt he had to go on the attack early and often.
Watch or listen to the debate tonight and see how Stephen Lynch and Ed Markey address the issues. Because their debate is just the first of many that will define the way we live for many years to come.
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 public is invited on a first-come, first-seated basis and can submit questions for the candidates via Twitter.
On Wednesday night, the two Democrats and three Republicans faced off in their first televised debates.
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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.