Keller @ Large: Boston Mayoral Preliminary Election Guaranteed To Produce 2 Qualified FinalistsWhatever the outcome Tuesday night, Jon Keller says Boston will be well-represented by two serious, intelligent candidates with unquestioned commitment to the city.
Boston Mayor's Race: Meet The CandidatesOn Tuesday, September 14, a preliminary election will choose two mayoral candidates to compete in the November 2 runoff. WBZ TV's Jon Keller is talking to all 5 candidates in the race.
Keller: Would Former President Trump Attempt To Foil Baker's Possible Run For Third Term As Governor?WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller sits down with Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker.
Baker: 'Hard For Me To Imagine A Scenario' Where Students Return To Remote LearningMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said he does not envision students having to switch to remote learning, even if COVID cases riser this fall and winter.
Keller @ Large: Moulton's Trip To Afghanistan Looks Like 'Especially Clueless' Publicity StuntWBZ-TV has confirmed that Moulton’s office misled Worcester Congressman Jim McGovern about why he needed McGovern to cast a proxy vote for him.
Keller @ Large: For Charlie Baker, There's Only One Call To Make On Mask MandateThe real political risk would develop if he did try to bring back mask mandates.
Keller @ Large: Refusing To Allow Mask Mandates Is Backfiring On PoliticiansAmid public anxiety over the COVID-19 resurgence, there are signs of a backlash against politicians who have refused to allow mask mandates.
Keller @ Large: Too Late For Sports Betting To Have An Impact In Massachusetts?So has Massachusetts waited too long to legalize sports betting to really benefit from it?
Keller @ Large: Massachusetts Still 'Very Much Right In The Thick' Of COVID PandemicAs a State Representative, emergency room doctor, and former candidate for Mayor of Boston, Jon Santiago is very familiar with the political and health impacts of COVID-19.
Tucker Carlson, Black Lives Matter Protesters Among Recipients Of 'Muzzle' AwardsEach year, Northeastern University journalism professor Dan Kennedy releases the New England Muzzles, to “to call attention to outrages against freedom of speech and of the press.
Keller @ Large: Economic Damage From COVID-19 Isn't Over Yet; Boston Struggles With Tourism SlumpThe president of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce wants to see quick action by local and national politicians.