BOSTON — The Republican U.S. Senate candidate says his Democratic opponent hasn’t sponsored a single bill in 20 years that became law.
BOSTON — Republican Gabriel Gomez and Democrat Edward Markey continued to clash over votes Markey cast against two resolutions honoring the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
BOSTON — National Republicans acknowledge Gabriel Gomez is a longshot against Democrat Ed Markey, according to Politico’s James Hohmann.
BOSTON — A little hot water for a politician who likes talking to reporters.
On Monday, Gabriel Gomez launched his first extended national security attack on his Democratic opponent, U.S. Rep. Edward Markey.
The Arizona Republican told a rally in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood that Gomez represents the “the next generation of leadership in this country.”
BOSTON — The troubles could make it harder for Republican candidate Gabriel Gomez to turn the focus of the race back to jobs, the economy and the budget.
BOSTON — Republican Gabriel Gomez lashed out at Democratic Rep. Edward Markey for alluding to Newtown in a new TV ad that criticized Gomez’s gun stance.
BOSTON — The former Navy SEAL and private equity investor from Cohasset talks about what he, as an outsider, could bring to Congress, and some key issues in the race.
QUINCY, Mass. — At a press conference Thursday, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez faced questions about his position on abortion and a tax break he received for his home.
BOSTON — The survey, commissioned by the League of Conservation Voters, is the third to suggest the Democrat has a small lead.
LAWRENCE, Mass. — One pollster says Republican Gabriel Gomez would need 28 percent of the Latino vote to win — double Scott Brown’s margin in 2012.
With Race Emerging As Fault Line In Senate Race, Census Data Points To Persistently High White Voter Turnout In Mass.May 13, 2013
BOSTON — Even as the minority share of the Massachusetts electorate hit a historic high last fall.
BOSTON — For many environmental advocates, the most pressing issue is the fate of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, which Democratic Rep. Ed Markey opposes but Republican candidate Gabriel Gomez supports.
BOSTON — Republican Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez owns a home in a local historic district, which limits how the changes he can make to it.
A new poll finds that 71 percent of voters think the “People’s Pledge,” which aims to limit campaign spending from outside groups, is “very important” or “somewhat important.”
BOSTON — Our new poll finds Ed Markey with a single-digit lead over Gabriel Gomez. We speak with votes about the race.
BOSTON — The poll suggests plenty of room for movement before Election Day on June 25.
The fundamentals favor the Democrat, an early forecast finds.
BOSTON — Observers have a much different view of the Republican Party rank-and-file than they did just weeks ago.