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POLL: COAKLEY NOT IN SAME LEAGUE AS PATRICK, WARREN While more than half of those polled recently believed Democratic candidate for governor Martha Coakley was "just about right" when asked if she was too liberal, too moderate, or too conservative, the Suffolk University-Boston Herald poll released Monday also included some results that show ... (more)
With age comes wisdom, supposedly. But not for Scott Brown. As the evidence of human-made climate change accumulates, Brown has decided he no longer accepts it.
Two weeks from right now many of you may be stopping by the polls on your way home from work, to cast your ballot in Massachusetts' primary election.
Add another organization to the list of outside groups running ads in the Senate battle in New Hampshire, which is turning into a key race that could determine which party controls the chamber next year.
A lesson for today's political journalists: Treat every email as though it will be publicly broadcast.
Brown and the other candidates in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate in New Hampshire were asked on Saturday "do you believe that the theory of man-made climate change has been scientifically proven?" Former Sen. Bob Smith, another former senator running to replace Sen. Jeanne Shaheen , was first asked if he believed "that the theory of ... (more)
Attorney General Martha Coakley's seemingly insurmountable lead has dwindled to a dozen points in the Democratic race for governor, according to a new Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll of very likely primary voters.
The latest poll in the New Hampshire Senate race, released last week, shows Republican Scott Brown surging into a statistical tie with Dem Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.
There are three criteria Republican voters should consider when choosing whether Bob Smith, Jim Rubens or Scott Brown should be the party's nominee for U.S. Senate and win the right to take on Jeanne Shaheen in November.
Two surveys released this week shattered perceptions of key Senate battleground races in New Hampshire and Georgia, but dig a little deeper and you'll find ample reason to be skeptical about any game-changing declarations less than three months from Election Day.
The Vietnam War was won by American forces in the field, together with South Vietnamese, but it was lost in the media.
What's unusual: when one of them could be a month out from a contested election on the other side of the country.
A cornerstone of Republican Scott Brown's campaign to return to the U.S. Senate has been a desire to create more high-paying jobs for workers in New Hampshire and America.
Democrats wondering if their hopes of keeping the Senate could receive any more hits this week got their answer yesterday: a new poll found Scott Brown trailing incumbent Senator Jeanne Shaheen by just two points.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 01:18 am
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