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.
The first U.S. Senate debate between Gabriel Gomez and Ed Markey was largely lacking in zingers and, well, in unscripted passion.
Republican Gabriel Gomez is waging a steep uphill battle against veteran Massachusetts Democrat Ed Markey. However, many voters consider Gomez’s newcomer status a “a breath of fresh air” in a polluted political climate.
Turnout in Tuesday’s special senate primary will probably be low — almost no one is used to voting in April. But by rights this election should be a door-buster.
Don’t count him out, though. Lynch has made a habit of beating the odds — especially when it comes to special elections.
The pledge is an obvious tactic by the Democratic machine to put the Republican campaigns back on their heels early in the abbreviated campaign.
BOSTON — U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren held a reception and ceremonial swearing-in Saturday afternoon at Roxbury Community College.
WASHINGTON — It was an ebullient Elizabeth Warren who appeared Thursday. Gone was the weariness from the long months of the campaign.