The Massachusetts AFL-CIO has decided not to make an endorsement in the Democratic primary in the U.S. Senate special election.
WBZ NewsWatch with Joe Mathieu returned Wednesday on WBZ NewsRadio 1030 with Rep. Stephen Lynch as Joe’s guest.
Massachusetts voters heading to the polls on primary day in this year’s special U.S. Senate election will find something that was missing from last year’s Senate race — a choice of candidates.
Four of five Massachusetts U.S. Senate hopefuls say they have either collected more than enough signatures or are confident they will have enough to land a spot on the April 30 primary ballot.
Democratic Congressmen Stephen Lynch and Ed Markey have agreed to six debates in their race for the Massachusetts U.S. Senate special election nomination to replace John Kerry.
Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Edward Markey is defending a planned fundraiser hosted by former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer.
Congressman Ed Markey has a long way to go in his hunt to fill John Kerry’s vacant Senate seat, but the Democratic hopeful is feeling confident after receiving the support of some key education groups.
Congressman Edward Markey is proposing a debate schedule for the Democratic U.S. Senate primary which he said would include two general debates and four issue-specific debates.
The deal is based on a pledge signed by Republican Scott Brown and Democratic Elizabeth Warren during last year’s Senate race.
From Congress to the Senate.