Seven in 10 voters say television advertisements from super PACs are “harmful” to the Bay State’s political debate.
The Republican’s slim lead is a first in the possible matchup for governor.
What’s a candidate to do when offered local cuisine on the campaign trail?
As colossal a figure as he was in life, Ted Kennedy has been only idealized or enlarged in death.
Here are some of the planned forums and debates coming up among candidates for statewide office.
A lieutenant governor ballot fight, Menino’s new memoir, and more.
Arthur T. Demoulas emerged triumphant, while Carlo DeMaria faced sexual harassment accusations.
Quotes and quips from the world of Massachusetts politics.
A political term of the week, defined.
Congressional lawmakers are raising millions, even though only three of nine Democratic representatives face a GOP opponent.
Much of the money flowing into Massachusetts political campaigns comes from affluent neighborhoods in and around Boston, including some where the candidates live.
In 1998, some key Democrats helped acting Governor Paul Cellucci beat Attorney General Scott Harshbarger.
Highlights from two debates between Republican gubernatorial candidates and Democratic attorney general candidates.
You can tell the elections are closing in when the rhetoric starts to heat up.
Two of the week’s best political cartoons focus on President Obama’s Martha’s Vineyard vacation.
Recent work from Boston Globe political reporters.
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.