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BOSTON — There will be a Kennedy in Congress again. Democrat Joseph Kennedy III beat Republican Sean Bielat in the race to replace retiring U.S. Rep. Barney Frank.
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BOSTON — Democrat Joe Kennedy III appeared in Newton, and Republican Sean Bielat in Taunton.
WELLESLEY, Mass. — In a district of mostly independent voters, each candidate was intent on painting the other as beholden to party orthodoxy.
NEEDHAM, Mass. — Republican Sean Bielat and Democrat Joseph Kennedy III clashed on experience, Medicare and the role of government in creating jobs.
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BOSTON — In the ad, Kennedy says he’ll focus on creating jobs, rebuilding the nation’s infrastructure, supporting community colleges and providing capital for small businesses.
BOSTON — Thursday’s primaries were the first under a new Massachusetts political map.
BOSTON — In November, Sean Bielat will face Democrat Joseph Kennedy III, who easily won his party’s primary on Thursday.
BOSTON — Thursday, not Tuesday, is the message being driven home by Massachusetts politicians who will go head-to-head with members of their own party in the state’s primary election on Sept. 6.
NEWTON, Mass. — The Democrats vying for their party’s nod in the 4th Congressional District met up for a live TV debate Thursday night.
After debating on NECN, the back-and-forth turned from political analysis to personal attack in the lobby.
BOSTON — Sean Bielat is answering critics who say he’s keeping important information from voters. After months of hiding the identity of the start-up he heads, Bielat revealed the company is OneClickPolitics.com.