Early Voting Exceeds Expectations In MassachusettsThe number of people participating in early voting has exceeded expectations by hundreds of thousands, Mass. Secretary of State William Galvin's office said Wednesday.
500,000 Likely To Cast Ballots In Early Voting, Mass. Secretary Of State SaysThe Secretary of the Commonwealth told WBZ NewsRadio 1030 he hopes 500,000 people will have cast their ballots before Election Day.
Many Mass. Democrats Switched To Republican Party Ahead Of Super TuesdayMassachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin said large numbers of registered Democrats left their party to become unenrolled or even registered for the Republican party leading up to the state's Super Tuesday primary.
High Voter Turnout Expected On Super Tuesday In MassachusettsSecretary of State Bill Galvin said he's expecting the largest turnout since the 2008 primaries.
Mass. Secretary Of State: Don't Forget Your Absentee BallotsMassachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin is concerned that people voting with absentee ballots may not give themselves enough time.
Wednesday Is Registration Deadline For Massachusetts PrimarySecretary of State William Galvin says Wednesday is the final day to register for the March 1 election, and also the final day for registered voters to change their party status.
Mass. Secretary Of State Worried About Voter Confusion Around Independent StatusMassachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin is concerned that many of the 20,000 voters signed up as members of the new United Independent Party may mistakenly believe they are able to vote in the primaries for other parties.
Keller @ Large: Bill Galvin On ElectionsWBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talked to Massachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin about the upcoming elections.
Mass. Subpoenas Morgan Stanley In Facebook IPO CaseMassachusetts' top securities regulator has subpoenaed Morgan Stanley related to allegations that it gave some clients negative information about Facebook before last week's initial public offering.
Investment Firm Ordered To Pay Back $1M To Elderly ClientA Maryland brokerage has been ordered to pay back more than $1 million, in another case of abusive treatment of the elderly.
Goldman Sachs Fined By Mass., Told To End 'Huddles'Massachusetts regulators have fined Goldman, Sachs & Co. $10 million and ordered the investment firm to stop its policy of favoring certain clients over others.