The race for lieutenant governor in the Bay State has not been high on the agenda of many Massachusetts
A poll released Wednesday shows that 77 percent of the state's voters don't have a favorite in the Democratic primary for Lieutenant Governor next month.
Still, some politicians have used the job as a launching pad to higher office.
Bianca Vazquez Toness's report on the three Democratic contenders for the post.
This program aired on August 24, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.