Massachusetts voters continue to abandon the two major political parties, though Democrats still hold a more than 3-to-1 advantage over Republicans, according to new registration figures released today by the Secretary of State’s office. The shift suggests that while Democrats such as Elizabeth Warren start with a built-in edge in statewide elections, they have to win over many voters without any allegiance to their party, in order to build a winning coalition.
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