The candidates seeking to fill Edward Markey’s old seat in the U.S. House are making their final appeals to voters in the Massachusetts’ 5th Congressional District.
A date has been set for the special election to fill Sen.-elect Edward Markey’s seat in the U.S. House.
Longtime Democratic U.S. Rep. Edward Markey defeated Republican political newcomer Gabriel Gomez in a special election.
The state’s top elections official says all indications point to an historically low voter turnout for the special U.S. Senate election.
Democrat Ed Markey and Republican Gabriel Gomez have busy schedules planned as they head into the final days of their campaign for the U.S. Senate.
Voters in a Boston district will be heading to the polls to choose a state senator.
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.
Spending by outside groups in Massachusetts’ special U.S. Senate election has topped $1.25 million, with the largest amount going to support Democratic candidate Edward Markey.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Michael Sullivan has delivered voter signatures to the Massachusetts Secretary of State’s office.
Secretary of State William Galvin’s office confirmed Monday that a representative for Cohasset businessman Gabriel Gomez requested nomination papers.