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Campaigning in the region Sunday, U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown described himself as a fiscally conservative, national security hawk who's a problem solver and a team player.
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The large turnout at Market Basket protests has gubernatorial candidates Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker making statements.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown solicited feedback on his veterans proposals and sought ideas for how to lower the veterans unemployment event today at the Barley House in Concord.
Scott Brown, New Hampshire candidate for U.S. Senate, tweeted out a photo of himself and a supporter with the supporter's futuristic-looking, gull-winged DeLorean on Saturday.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, of Massachusetts waves to the enthusiastic crowd after her introduction at the Netroots Nation conference in Detroit, Friday, July 18, 2014.
The unfolding illegal immigration crisis at the southern border is likely to change the political calculus of the fall midterm elections.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren received a standing ovation and chants of "run Liz run" as she took to the podium Friday at a major gathering of progressive leaders and activists.
A Republican former hospital executive has pulled into a statistical tie with Massachusetts' Democratic attorney general in the race to be the state's next governor, according to a Boston Globe poll released on Friday.
Two of the candidates challenging longtime Democratic U.S. Rep. John Tierney raised what some observers are calling an impressive amount of money from April to June, as each challenger ended the second quarter of the year with around $800,000 in their respective war chests, their campaigns told The Sun on Monday.
My bet is that Elizabeth Warren could be persuaded to run for president in 2016.
The former Massachusetts senator, who moved to New Hampshire late last year and soon after launched a bid for Sen. Jeanne Shaheen's seat, again appeared to forget where he was in a radio interview on Tuesday.
Neil VigdorThere will be no disarmament treaty in the governor's race -- not when it comes to outside money.Republican and Democratic candidates alike are resisting a good government group's call to sign a pledge to forswear spending by super PACs, 527-groups and other so-called shadow organizations.For Republicans, who trail Democrats in ... (more)
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 05:19 am
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