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.
BOSTON — Republican Gabriel Gomez and Democrat Ed Markey clashed Wednesday night over health care, national security, guns and more.
BOSTON — U.S. Senate hopefuls Republican Gabriel Gomez and Democrat Ed Markey sparred on guns and the Democrat’s record.
BOSTON — A spokesman for Markey said he could not yet confirm details of the presidential visit.
BOSTON — The Democrat unveils a new ad attacking his opponent on guns, abortion and Social Security.
BOSTON — Democrat Ed Markey is trying to link his rival Gabriel Gomez to the national Republican Party, while Gomez promises to stand out from the GOP.