August 3, 2013 According to statistics, there are 42,000 Latinos in Boston who are eligible to vote, but only half of them are registered. Also on average, only 50% of the registered voters actually go […]
A date has been set for the special election to fill Sen.-elect Edward Markey’s seat in the U.S. House.
New Hampshire’s House is considering raising the tobacco tax 20 cents — a dime less than Gov. Maggie Hassan counted on in her budget.
Episcopal Bishop Nicholas Knisely says he supports gay marriage not in spite of his faith but because of it, and says gays and lesbians deserve the same marriage rights as any other couple.
It’s election season and people across the country will be voting for more than just who will be president. There are a lot of offices in different states that need filling. And with every election season comes a fresh boatload of political ads.
If you’re still looking for a reason to decide on which candidate to vote for, think about Obamacare and the fact that one report after another clearly shows that it’s going to cost the nation much, much more than originally stated by President Obama and his administration.
A new survey has some surprising results on the question of whether Americans would prefer a pay raise or a better boss.
Wednesday is the last day to register to vote before the November 6 election.
If approved, Saturday’s referendum in Taunton — while nonbinding — would mark the first time local residents have expressed support for a casino project at the ballot box since Gov. Deval Patrick signed the state’s new gambling law last year.
The Massachusetts State Senate has passed a bill to name a Cape Cod bridge in honor of a U.S. soldier who died in Afghanistan.