On Week-in-Review we'll cover the local and national political climate. Ten days ahead of midterm elections, tense, divisive, even violent moments have punctuated the week.
This week in debates:
- Mass. Attorney General | Democratic incumbent Maura Healey vs. Republican attorney Jay McMahon.
- U.S. Senate | Democrat Elizabeth Warren vs. her Republican challenger Geoff Diehl.
- Mass. Secretary of State | Democrat Bill Galvin vs. Republican security director Anthony Amore.
- Ballot Question 1 | Nancy Gaden, chief nursing officer at Boston Medical Center, opposes mandated nurse-to-patient ratios vs. Donna Kelly Williams, president of the Massachusetts Nurses Association. She supports the measure.
Plus, 56-year-old Cesar Sayoc of Aventura, Florida, was arrested on Friday in connection with a series of homemade bombs that were mailed to prominent critics of President Trump.
Additionally, state officials and Columbia Gas announced on Friday they were pushing back the utility's original deadline to restore all heat and hot water to homes and businesses in the Merrimack Valley from Nov. 19 to to Dec. 16.
This article was originally published on October 26, 2018.
This segment aired on October 26, 2018.
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- Sen. Warren, Challenger Diehl Clash In Debate
- Elizabeth Warren, Geoff Diehl Face Off With Sharp Rhetoric On Integrity
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- 6 Weeks Later: Merrimack Valley Still In Limbo, And Doubt As Columbia Gas Deadline Nears