Levenson is a reporter in the Globe’s State House bureau. He previously reported for the City Hall bureau and the Metro desk. A graduate of Wesleyan University, he covered Mitt Romney’s 2008 presidential campaign, the 2009 Boston mayoral election, and the 2010 governor’s race.
By Jim O’Sullivan and Michael Levenson , Globe Staff
Marylou Sudders, who has worked with multiple governors, was tapped by Governor-elect Charlie Baker.
By Michael Levenson and Stephanie Ebbert , Globe Staff
Governor Patrick and the governor-elect vowed to work together to smoothly hand off the reins of power.
By Frank Phillips and Michael Levenson , Globe Staff
With most votes counted, Charlie Baker was the projected victor, but Martha Coakley would not concede.
By Michael Levenson , Globe Staff
The “report cards” were sent by America Votes, a liberal Washington-based group that aims to increase voter turnout on Tuesday.