BOSTON — If Gabriel Gomez runs again, he’s going to need more financial support from national Republicans. Wednesday night he addressed that base at the RNC summer meeting in Boston.
WASHINGTON — Sens. Ed Markey and Elizabeth Warren are the most junior Massachusetts delegation since 1789, when the Senate first convened.
MEDFORD, Mass. — “I feel great. It was a tremendous victory,” Edward Markey said the day after beating Republican Gabriel Gomez.
BOSTON — Tuesday’s election was in strong contrast to the last special Senate election here three years ago, when state Democrats were delivered an embarrassing blow by Republican Scott Brown.
BOSTON — In his concession speech Tuesday night, Republican Gabriel Gomez said he was proud of his first major political bid and hinted that we will see him in public life again.
BOSTON — The Malden Democrat, who has spent decades working on energy and environmental issues in the House, will move to the upper chamber.
BOSTON — Polling data suggests voters’ views hardened over the course of the campaign pitting Democrat Edward Markey and Republican Gabriel Gomez.
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Longtime Democratic Congressman Edward Markey has defeated Republican businessman Gabriel Gomez in the special U.S. Senate election to fill the seat formerly held by John Kerry.
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