The two Democratic U.S. Senate hopefuls have clashed for a second night, with Stephen Lynch accusing Edward Markey of lying about Lynch’s record.
COHASSET, Mass. — On primary day, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, Gabriel Gomez, will find out if his run as an outsider to politics appeals to Massachusetts voters.
BOSTON — Democratic U.S. Senate hopefuls Edward Markey and Stephen Lynch clashed Monday night in their first debate since the Boston Marathon attacks.
BOSTON — The former Republican governor called Gabriel Gomez “exactly the new American leader that this state needs in the Senate.”
BOSTON — National security issues are likely to be at the forefront of the first debate since the Boston Marathon bombing.
BOSTON — Hardworking and humble: that’s the character Mike Sullivan hopes will resonate with voters who don’t agree with his conservative positions.
BOSTON — Candidates Michael Sullivan and Gabriel Gomez have launched competing attack ads.
BOSTON — The three Republican candidates in Massachusetts’ U.S. Senate race split Wednesday on the question of whether they would support a compromise gun measure designed to require expanded background checks.
BOSTON — Time is running out to register to vote in the Republican and Democratic primaries in Massachusetts’ special U.S. Senate election.
LOWELL, Mass. — The two Democratic candidates in the state’s special U.S. Senate election defended their votes and vied for blue-collar credibility.
BOSTON — Daniel Winslow said a national lottery could help ease the financial burden facing students trying to pay for a college education.
BOSTON — U.S. Reps. Edward Markey and Stephen Lynch square off Monday night at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
BOSTON — The largest amount of money is going to support Democratic candidate Edward Markey.
BOSTON — Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Stephen Lynch tried to shift the focus of the special election campaign to the economic plight of the poor and middle class.
BOSTON — The Republican candidates are asking their rival to disavow ads from the Conservative Campaign Committee.
BOSTON — Party Executive Director Nate Little says in the complaint that Markey used what he called prohibited video on the ads, including footage of committee hearings.
BOSTON — The banner said “Steve Lynch says: Go Habs! And Go Canadian Dirty Oil.”
NEEDHAM, Mass. — All five candidates vying for John Kerry’s former U.S. Senate seat participated in their first debates.
BOSTON — While the two Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate have mostly voted along similar lines, they have differed on some major issues like abortion and the Affordable Care Act.
BOSTON — Barbara Anderson said Winslow is a true fiscal conservative. She also praised him for being a supporter of gun rights, gay marriage and abortion rights.