Former Lieutenant Governor Tim Murray has agreed to pay $80,000 to settle allegations he violated campaign finance laws
Outgoing Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray is spending a portion of his final weekday in office in western Massachusetts.
Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray is finding replacements to fill his leadership positions in Gov. Deval Patrick’s administration before formally stepping down from office.
Jon Keller and David Bernstein discuss the Senate race and Lt. Gov. Tim Murray’s political future after he announced his resignation this week.
While Tim Murray sails off into the private sector, he should also recognize that he has unfinished business to take care of with the rest of us.
Lt. Gov. Tim Murray has resigned from the his post at the State House, effective June 2.
Lieutenant Governor Tim Murry is not running for Governor, but he is still trying to raise money and that money may go to his legal defense fund.
Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray appeared to violate state law by accepting campaign contributions raised by former Chelsea Housing Authority director Michael McLaughlin, according to a report.
State regulators have requested a criminal investigation into the political finance activities of Lt. Gov. Tim Murray and several campaign staffers.
Despite his decision not to run for Massachusetts governor in 2014, Lt. Gov. Tim Murray has no plans to return close to a half million dollars he managed to raise for a possible campaign, according to a report.