BOSTON — The North Adams native became the first woman elected Middlesex District Attorney and the first elected Massachusetts Attorney General.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The five Democrats vying to be governor talked jobs, health care and education Tuesday night, but they were also introducing themselves.
BOSTON — Having made a series of critiques on his opponent Martha Coakley’s varying statements on the death penalty and other criminal justice matters, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steven Grossman suggested she had shifted positions for political reasons.
BOSTON — With Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick not seeking re-election, the 67-year-old pediatrician from Newton decided last year to make his first run for elected office in Mass.
BOSTON — Five Democrats, two Republicans and three independents want the job. And all the leading candidates are talking about income inequality.
BOSTON — Baker says he will adopt a practical approach if elected, and focus on what he calls a “meat and potatoes type of agenda.”
BOSTON — Gubernatorial candidate Steve Grossman said his fellow Democrat is trying to rewrite her positions on key issues, including a 2012 state law barring parole for habitual offenders.
BOSTON — The department has been under scrutiny since social workers lost track of Jeremiah Oliver, a 5-year-old boy from Fitchburg who is missing and feared dead.
BOSTON — Candidates must win the backing of at least 15 percent of delegates to get their name on the Democratic primary ballot.
BOSTON — Democrat Joseph Avellone is counting on his business background and moderate stance on fiscal issues to propel him in the 2014 race for governor.