Markey followed the recipe that frontrunners are supposed to whip up again and again. Stay on message and don’t give your opponent any opportunities.
About 20 supporters met Gomez in Scituate before the Senate hopeful ran three miles up the road to his hometown, Cohasset.
The UMass Lowell-Boston Herald poll found 56 percent of those responding favored Markey compared with 36 percent supporting Gomez. Seven percent were undecided.
Markey had previously released the tax returns to reporters, but his home address had been redacted.
Organized labor makes its first foray into the campaign. But observers say they expect unions to split over the race.
U.S. Senate hopefuls, Democrat Ed Markey and Republican Gabriel Gomez, are heading into the final week of the campaign. The two candidates faced off Tuesday night for their last broadcast debate, a lively back-and-forth hosted by a media consortium that included WBUR. The two candidates were asked about Edward Snowden, a former National Security Agency […]
U.S. Senate hopefuls, Democrat Ed Markey and Republican Gabriel Gomez, debate for the last time before the special election on June 25.
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.
Former President Bill Clinton campaigned with Democratic Senate hopeful Rep. Ed Markey on Saturday at a rally at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
The outside group has spent $725,000 to date on television ads and Internet advertising.
In an email, Scott Brown described Gabriel Gomez as a husband, father and baseball coach with real world business and military experience.
On Wednesday, more than 7,000 people turned out for a campaign rally in Roxbury where Markey was joined by President Obama.
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.