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WBUR’s analyst offers some nagging questions about how the conventions affected our politics.
What the choice in November comes down to is this: Which of these two men do you trust to put America on the road to recovery?
In a move that nobody expected, Barack Obama has opened up a foreign policy front against Mitt Romney. Commentator Rob Gray says it’s a risky play that will either backfire for the president, or seal his victory.
It’s an issue that will eventually affect the health and savings of every American. So before casting your vote for president, says James Roosevelt, Jr., be clear: Only one party will preserve the “promise” of Medicare.
The crucible of the presidency in times of war and economic hardship has tempered Barack Obama and according to commentator Renée Loth it’s also made him stronger and wiser.
Democrats make their case for Obama. Bill Clinton chips in big. The president takes the stage. Iranian weapons back Syria’s Assad. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The two weeks of high political drama are over. WBUR’s political team dissects the conventions.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — As the Democratic National Convention closed, we spoke with two Massachusetts delegates about President Obama’s re-election race, and Elizabeth Warren’s Senate challenge.
That, and 5 other key takeaways from the U.S. Special Senate Election.
I’m running for Senate because Washington badly needs change, and I’m the only candidate in this race who can bring it.
This election is about who will best address the most pressing issues we face here in the Commonwealth and in our country.
BOSTON — Republican Richard Tisei has conceded the race for the 6th Congressional District to Democratic incumbent Rep. John Tierney.
Democratic U.S. Rep. John Tierney has been re-elected in Massachusetts’ 6th Congressional District despite a fierce challenge from Republican Richard Tisei, who will likely challenge the results.
BOSTON — The only question that was rejected by voters attracted the most spending — physician-assisted suicide.
BOSTON — Still illegal under federal law, the medical marijuana ballot initiative passed by Mass. voters creates challenges for state regulators.
BOSTON — Patrick told reporters Wednesday that he supported the question after his experience with his mother at the end of her life.