The two candidates running for John Kerry’s Senate seat were out and about on Sunday, trying to drum up support.
Veteran U.S. Rep. Edward Markey has won the Democratic nomination to run in Massachusetts’ special election for the U.S. Senate seat previously held by John Kerry.
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.
The race to fill Secretary of State John Kerry’s former Senate seat has been overshadowed by the Boston Marathon bombings. A light turnout is expected Tuesday.
Yes, this race hasn’t generated headlines, but is that the fault of the candidates or the headline writers?
Lynch’s campaign says all public events have been canceled Monday except for a scheduled rally at the Iron Workers Hall in South Boston at 7 p.m.
With less than two days to go to the primary election for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by John Kerry, all five candidates are shaking hands and holding rallies across the state.
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.
Post debate interviews!