U.S. Sen. John Kerry embarked on a farewell tour of Massachusetts on Thursday, a day before he formally steps down from the office he’s held for nearly three decades to become the nation’s next secretary of state.
Congressman Stephen Lynch says he’s ready to jump in the race for the United State Senate seat vacated by Secretary of State John Kerry.
Gov. Deval Patrick says he hasn’t reached out to anyone about temporarily filling Sen. John Kerry’s seat if President Obama taps Kerry to serve as secretary of state.
Massachusetts U.S. Sen.-elect Elizabeth Warren met with Gov. Deval Patrick as she prepares for her new job in Washington.
Warren said those who voted for Sen. Scott Brown sent a message that people want lawmakers to work together. She says: “I heard that loud and clear.”
The candidates in Massachusetts’ U.S. Senate race made a last swing through the state.
Although it is her first campaign, Warren says it is an extension of the work she’s been doing for years.
Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren are campaigning with some well-known figures, focusing in part on veterans’ issues.
For all the billions spent by the Obama and Romney campaigns, Republican and Democratic parties, and countless outside groups, we may wake up November 7th to a Washington that is virtually unchanged.
The Massachusetts Democratic Party filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission on Friday charging that Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown illegally coordinated with a group affiliated with GOP strategist Karl Rove on automated phone calls targeting Democrat Elizabeth Warren. The Massachusetts Republican Party responded hours later by preparing its own FEC complaint charging Warren with illegally coordinating with the AFL-CIO on anti-Brown mailings.