WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talked to Massachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin about the upcoming elections.
A Foxborough man was accused Tuesday of defrauding about 35 retirees of $2 million by offering non-existent investments through his North Attleboro financial planning firm.
The state Supreme Judicial Court has ruled in favor of medical marijuana opponents who say the likely November ballot question on the issue is misleading.
Bank of America is testing new fees for customers in Massachusetts, Georgia and Arizona. Secretary Of State Bill Galvin says Bank of America has gone too far this time.
Political hopefuls who want to get their names on the September primary ballots in Massachusetts can begin picking up nomination papers.
William Galvin said he doesn’t believe there’s any evidence that Romney officials “deliberately did not retain records.”
The primary is currently scheduled for Sept. 6, a Thursday, and the final day of the Democratic National Convention in North Carolina.
The latest census numbers show there are significant increases in the black, Hispanic and Asian populations in Massachusetts.
William Galvin’s office is investigating a Bank of America broker who allegedly invested a Boston-area couple’s money more aggressively than promised.
A letter from 1775 that’s been missing for 60 years has been returned to the state archives.