Mass. Governor Hopeful: GOP Offered $1 Million Bribe To Quit RaceTea party-affiliated candidate Mark Fisher is claiming state GOP committee members tried to bribe him with $1 million to drop his campaign for governor.
Massachusetts GOP: We'll Certify Mark Fisher In RaceThe Massachusetts Republican Party has offered to certify tea party-affiliated candidate Mark Fisher as gubernatorial candidate — a move that could pave the way for a contested GOP primary.
GOP's Baker Unveils Proposal To Overhaul Welfare Republican candidate for governor Charlie Baker says he want to overhaul the state's welfare system.
Coakley Backs Patrick's Handling Of DCFThe Democratic candidate for governor said Tuesday that Patrick is doing what he needs to do by first asking for an independent audit.
Keller @ Large: Gubernatorial Candidate Evan Falchuk The 2014 race for governor, was just one of the topics candidate Evan Falchuk discussed with Jon Keller on this week’s Keller @ Large.
Keller @ Large: Gubernatorial Candidate Joe Avellone The 2014 race for governor, was just one of the topics candidate Joe Avellone discussed with Jon Keller on this week’s Keller @ Large.
Keller @ Large: Gubernatorial Candidate Don Berwick The 2014 Massachusetts governor's race was one of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday.
GOP's Polito Announces Run For Lieutenant Governor Former Republican state representative Karyn Polito says she is re-entering politics as a candidate for lieutenant governor.
Keller @ Large: Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Charlie Baker The 2014 Massachusetts’ gubernatorial race was one of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday.
Keller @ Large: Attorney General Martha CoakleyAttorney General Martha Coakley, who’s running for governor, admitted mistakes were made regarding the handling of her campaign funds.
Charlie Baker Backs Away From 'No New Tax' Pledge, Vows To Show More Personality Republican Charles Baker is vowing he'll be the taxpayer's "best friend" if elected governor, even as he backed away from the "no new taxes" pledge he signed during his first gubernatorial campaign.