Along with taxes, economic issues consistently poll at the top of concerns for Massachusetts voters: from the job market and the cost of housing to the price of gas and groceries.
In the race for governor, all four gubernatorial candidates are pushing different plans for economic growth. But the two front-runners' proposals are not so far apart — it's their philosophies that differ.
WBUR's business and technology reporter Curt Nickisch focuses on the economy as we continue our series on the issues in the governor's race.
This program aired on October 16, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.