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Latest Headlines in Massachusetts Governor's Race

‘A record amount of unpredictability’ hangs over Massachusetts primaries

While Maura Healey is on track to be her party’s gubernatorial nominee, two-way Democratic races for the state’s open attorney general and state auditor seats entered Tuesday’s vote too close to call. And the GOP race for governor might be in flux with just 24 hours to go before polls closed.

Trump reemerges in Mass. governor’s race with pre-primary ‘tele-rally’ for GOP hopeful Geoff Diehl

Diehl, a former state representative, has trumpeted former president Donald Trump’s false claims that the 2020 election was rigged.

‘It’s been strange.’ The Massachusetts primary election is unprecedented and subdued all at once.

A bizarre and mostly sleepy state primary is inching toward a close in Massachusetts, where nearly every constitutional office is up for grabs, yet large swaths of the electorate remain undecided, or unenthused, and without choices in races for some of the state’s most consequential offices.

With clear path in Democratic primary, Healey takes on another role: Helping allies survive theirs

The presumptive nominee for governor, Maura Healey in recent weeks has propped up allies in a slew of contested Democratic races, extending her endorsement, volunteers, and time to those who could help buttress her agenda should she — and they — prevail in November.

She cleared the Democratic field for governor. Now, Healey is redefining the race to be her running mate.

Presumptive Democratic gubernatorial nominee Maura Healey isn’t just casting a shadow over the contest to be her running mate in November. Her presence has all but infiltrated it, remixing how the candidates pitch themselves and influencing how voters may choose.

Spurning debate offers, Geoff Diehl only agreed to forums on conservative radio. His campaign says that’s his strategy.

Shunning mainstream media has become de rigueur for some Trump-aligned candidates, experts say.

Gubernatorial hopeful Maura Healey launches first statewide ad. It’s focused on family, teamwork, and making ‘Massachusetts more affordable.’

The 30-second spot, which will run statewide starting Tuesday, brings in Healey’s childhood in Hampton Falls, N.H., and promotes middle-of-the-road policy proposals.

On campaign trail, an easy layup for Maura Healey, who faces no active Democratic opponent

The attorney general is shaking hands, touring sites, and shooting hoops.