Listen to voters — in person and in exit polls — and it’s pretty clear Republicans aren’t all that hot on any of the candidates.
Mitt Romney cruised to an easy primary win in Massachusetts on Tuesday, besting his fellow Republican presidential hopefuls in a state that he governed for four years.
Mitt Romney will be back in Massachusetts today to vote in the Super Tuesday primaries and do a little laundry and shopping.
Here are some good reasons why everyone should re-think their apathy and get over to the polls before they close tonight at 8.
Republicans are hoping that a big Super Tuesday win in the state for former Gov. Mitt Romney could put Massachusetts, normally a lock for Democrats, up for grabs in November.
Romney has chosen to stay in the Bay State Tuesday, where he has a healthy, double-digit lead.
Massachusetts is one of ten states involved in Super Tuesday. Here’s why it’s so important in the race for the Republican nomination.
New Mass. GOP Chairman Bob Maginn has a busy week coming up with Super Tuesday on the horizon. Jon Keller is at large.