Republican Gabriel Gomez and Democrat Edward Markey hit the campaign trail across Massachusetts on Sunday, urging their supporters not to let up as the clock ticks down on the state’s special U.S. Senate election.
The most important issue to voters is jobs and the economy. Nothing else is even close according to the latest polls.
Gomez made the argument as recently as Monday when he faulted the national Republican Party for failing to deliver change, saying it gets “stuck in the past.”
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez is confronting his own party, saying the GOP has failed to deliver the change it promised and “is sometimes stuck in the past.”
On the 10th anniversary of the start of the war in Iraq, Rep. Stephen Lynch said only time will tell if it was worth the cost.
As a former iron worker and union local president, it’s clear why Congressman Stephen Lynch is relying on labor support in his battle with Congressman Ed Markey for U.S. Senate.
Two Massachusetts Democrats who want to succeed former Sen. John Kerry used the annual St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast in Boston to exchange friendly jabs.
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.
Middlesex County District Attorney Gerard Leone has decided not to run for the U.S. Senate after all.
Massachusetts Republicans are scrambling to find a candidate for John Kerry’s Senate seat now that would-be GOP front-runner, former Sen. Scott Brown, has opted out of the campaign.