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Stories and segments about the 2018 Massachusetts governor's race.
Baker versus Gonzalez is now the match-up this November as incumbent Republican Gov. Charlie Baker easily beat back a challenge from conservative Springfield pastor Scott Lively.
Gonzalez, a former Gov. Deval Patrick budget chief, topped environmentalist Bob Massie in a battle between two progressives.
Gov. Charlie Baker, a popular Republican in a Democratic-leaning state, has easily fended off far-right Springfield pastor Scott Lively.
The Democratic candidate for governor makes his case.
Republican primary candidate for governor Scott Lively talks about his vision for Massachusetts.
Gov. Charlie Baker still has a higher favorability rating from Democrats, but 66 percent of Republican voters say they like him. In the race for U.S. Senate, the three GOP...
The biggest challenge facing the Democratic candidates for governor is simply getting noticed.
The three gubernatorial challengers all agreed to campaign spending limits, making them eligible to receive public funds.
Gov. Charlie Baker joined Radio Boston in studio today for a special hour-long conversation.
Candidates that made the ballot now head to the September primary.
Another poll finds that Gov. Charlie Baker and U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren appear to be in very strong shape for their respective re-election campaigns.
Bob Massie says the restraining order his ex-wife took out against him in 1995 was not due to domestic abuse, but to circumstances around his divorce that year. His ex-wife...
Democrats Jay Gonzalez and Bob Massie, both vying to be the challenger to Gov. Charlie Baker, had their first debate together at UMass Boston on Thursday.
On Thursday's show, Radio Boston co-hosts a debate between Jay Gonzalez and Bob Massie.
Lively, a Springfield pastor, joins us for an interview.
While Baker received the GOP endorsement for re-election, he'll face a primary challenge from controversial Springfield pastor Scott Lively.
Lauren Dezenski, of Politico, said Warren "wanted to run a campaign that could win, and ultimately, it became clear that that's not the case."
Warren said his decision to drop out mostly stems from a lack of funds.
The governor beats his three Democratic challengers by at least 34 points in hypothetical head-to-head match-ups.