BOSTON — The race has been one of the hardest fought, most personal, most costly political dogfights in Bay State history.
BOSTON — On the campaign trail, both Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren have been reaching out to unions.
BOSTON — Brown and Warren are ramping up their GOTV efforts ahead of Tuesday.
WAKEFIELD, Mass. — Sen. Scott Brown’s message in the final days of the campaign: “People over party.”
NEW BEDFORD, Mass. — The campaign is in its final days. It’s time to rally supporters.
WBUR’s political analyst tries out a few post-election scenarios.
BOSTON — The money is going toward mailings, door-to-door canvassing, bumper stickers, signs, salary and automated phone calls.
Sen. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren have stretched their reach by sending their spouses out on the campaign trail more frequently.
BOSTON — The new poll shows Warren favored by 53 percent of likely voters, compared with 46 percent for Brown.
WESTPORT, Mass. — The debate was originally scheduled for Tuesday but was postponed because of Sandy.
BOSTON — A new poll shows the race between Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and Democrat Elizabeth Warren is essentially a dead heat.
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Sandy is throwing a wrench into the fourth and final debate of the U.S. Senate campaign in Massachusetts.
BOSTON — Sen. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren both received the support of 47 percent of those polled.
BOSTON — As the campaign enters its final week, Sen. Scott Brown appears to be falling behind Elizabeth Warren, writes our analyst.
BOSTON — A group of activists is holding an eight-day vigil at City Hall in Boston to bring attention to the issue.
BOSTON — With Election Day rapidly approaching, the two candidates again appealed to all-important women voters.
Our analyst says the TV ad war between the Senate candidates tells the tale of how the race evolved.
BOSTON — With less than two weeks before Election Day, Sen. Brown’s campaign is using new tactics to try and court Boston’s minority voters.
BOSTON — Richard Mourdock, a Republican Senate candidate from Indiana, said that he believes when a woman becomes pregnant during a rape, “that’s something God intended.”
WATERTOWN, Mass. — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie called Elizabeth Warren a “partisan, liberal elite” and Sen. Scott Brown a “problem solver.”