BOSTON — The candidates aggressively pursued their closing arguments Tuesday night.
U.S. Senate hopefuls, Democrat Ed Markey and Republican Gabriel Gomez, debate for the last time before the special election on June 25.
BOSTON — The match-up comes as Republican Gabriel Gomez is struggling to close a gap with Democrat Ed Markey who has held a modest lead in recent polls.
BOSTON — The imbalance on the airwaves is emblematic of a larger disparity in campaign spending in the race between Edward Markey and Gabriel Gomez.
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BOSTON — The June 11 Senate debate, not even televised in the Boston market, generated far more chatter than Obama’s high-profile visit to Boston the next day to rally support for Markey.
BOSTON — Andrew Smith, the director of the UNH survey center, which conducted the poll, said he sees no strong indicators that Republican Gabriel Gomez would be able to pull out a win like Scott Brown did in 2010.
BOSTON — Former President Bill Clinton campaigned with Democratic Senate hopeful Rep. Ed Markey on Saturday at a rally at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
BOSTON — The outside group has spent $725,000 to date on television ads and Internet advertising.
BOSTON — In an email, Scott Brown described Gabriel Gomez as a husband, father and baseball coach with real world business and military experience.
BOSTON — Political scientists say there’s no evidence that attacks are effective. But new research suggests the ground may be shifting.
BOSTON — On Wednesday, more than 7,000 people turned out for a campaign rally in Roxbury where Markey was joined by President Obama.
BOSTON — And former President Bill Clinton will stump for the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate on Saturday.
MARLBOROUGH, Mass. — The Tea Party is not what it used to be in Massachusetts. But Republican Gabriel Gomez still needs the support of the state’s conservatives to beat Democrat Ed Markey.
Despite the more muted tone, the two still clashed on everything from tax policy to the National Security Agency’s collection of billions of Americans’ phone and Internet records.
BOSTON — Bob Oakes sat down with Markey to gauge his thoughts on the Senate contest that appears closer than many had predicted. But first, the conversation turned to the controversy surrounding phone and Internet data mining by the US government.
With two weeks to go in the Massachusetts U.S. Senate election, the Democrat holds a steady, small lead.
BOSTON — But the two candidates for U.S. Senate also appear to share some core philosophies when it comes to America’s role on the global stage.
BOSTON — The two Massachusetts U.S. Senate candidates have different reactions to revelations about the NSA’s phone- and Internet-records collection.
BOSTON — Last month, women had a favorable view of the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate. But his standing has slipped considerably.