Keller @ Large: 'Mr. Baker Goes To Washington' Will Not Be Playing Any Time SoonBaker’s marquee skills are in budget and health care management. But his no-new-taxes stance would directly conflict with Biden’s policies in both areas.
Keller @ Large: Salem Mayor Says There Are Still Too Many Visitors This OctoberSalem Mayor Kim Driscoll tells WBZ-TV's Jon Keller that too many people are still visiting the city this month.
Keller @ Large: New Hampshire Poll Bad News For President TrumpA new poll shows Joe Biden surging to his biggest lead yet in New Hampshire, a state the Trump campaign hoped to win after losing narrowly four years ago.
Keller @ Large: President Trump's Campaign Schedule Shows He Is In TroubleTrump’s campaign strategy was to sew up the states he won last time and focus on so-called swing states, but he's been forced to play defense.
Keller @ Large: Poll Shows Voters Trust Biden Over Trump To Handle CrimeWith Election Day exactly four weeks away, a new CNN poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden with a growing lead over President Donald Trump.
Keller @ Large: Highlights, Missed Opportunities From First Presidential DebateJon Keller shares some highlights and lowlights from the first presidential debate.
Keller @ Large: Questions About Judge Amy Coney BarrettJon Keller said there are two major areas of concern about Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
Keller @ Large: Mitt Romney's Decision To Vote On President Trump’s Nominee Isn't SurprisingThis power grab - which is fully within the rules of the Senate - is just the latest in a long string of bitterly partisan performances surrounding judicial appointments by both parties.
Keller @ Large: Replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg May Not Be The Golden Opportunity Republicans Think It IsChoosing a conservative black or Latino female judge might be a clever political move, but President Trump isn't known for being politically clever.
Keller @ Large: Ranked-Choice Voting TV Ad Does Not Give Full StorySome of the claims made about the benefits of the change are debatable, to say the least.
Expert: 'Rules Will Be Broken' In Presidential DebatesIn two weeks, Donald Trump and Joe Biden will be face to face in the first of three scheduled presidential debates.
Keller @ Large: Is The 2020 Presidential Election Already Decided?The end of Labor Day weekend is often described as the true start of the presidential campaign, a time when voters start to really focus on their choice.
Keller @ Large: Meet Kevin O'Connor, Ed Markey's Republican Opponent In Senate RaceJon Keller interviews the political newcomer running against Sen. Markey.
Keller @ Large: Trump's Repeal Of Obama-Era Fair Housing Rule Is An Attempt To Win Over Suburban Voters“Places receiving federal funding won't have to show that they’re supporting integration."
Keller @ Large: Trump's Support May Be Sinking In SuburbsThe numbers don’t lie – it was the suburbs that elected Donald Trump four years ago.