Here’s a look at some big winners who mastered a campaign tactic or two — and how this year’s gubernatorial candidates stack up.
Two tales of dramatic ballot fights over Prohibition and Vietnam in the Globe archives.
John Miller has an easygoing manner more often seen in candidates for selectman or PTA president.
Pick a star in the Democratic firmament, and there’s a chance he or she has been a Coakley wingman or wingwoman in the past few weeks.
Seth Moulton’s campaign literature is replete with references to him as a businessman, but today the business, while still alive, has no revenue.
Quotes and quips from the world of Massachusetts politics.
A political term of the week, defined.
Several Massachusetts schools are enacting the White House recommendations aimed at stopping campus sexual assault.
In the Wild West world of campaign rhetoric, we may have finally found our outer boundary.
What campaign ads leave out can be just as important as what they put in.
opinion | Noah Guiney
The gubernatorial race is also a test of unions’ political clout.
Two of the best editorial cartoons of the week focus on Ron Klain and the election cycle.
Massachusetts owes thanks to some of its low-polling candidates for contributing to — and sometimes elevating — statewide races.
Recent work from Boston Globe political reporters.
All nine members of the Massachusetts delegation to the US House are up for reelection on Nov. 4. See how much you know about them and their campaigns.
Stephanie Ebbert has been a local news reporter for the Globe since 1997 with a focus on politics
Akilah has been a reporter with the Globe since 2010, covering neighborhoods, Boston’s mayor’s race, and the crosscurrents of race and ethnicity in the city.
Recent work from Evan Horowitz, the Globe's policy writer.
Recent work from Boston Globe columnists.
Governor Patrick’s federal Together PAC is prodding supporters to pen letters praising his tenure.
Independents like Mass. gubernatorial candidate Jeff McCormick need to get their message out and convince voters to take them seriously.