Most state legislators do not face primary challenges in the elections this week.
The race for Hampden County sheriff is one of the most heated primary elections in Western Massachusetts. Voters make their picks this Thursday.
This Friday is the deadline to register to vote in the September 8th state primary in Massachusetts.
This week, Governor Charlie Baker is likely to announce his nominees to the Supreme Judicial Court. Plus, a very speculative look at whether the legislature will tinker with the rules to fill a U.S. Senate seat vacancy.
Democratic voters are familiar with Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. But they’ll see another name on the Massachusetts primary ballot: Rocky De La Fuente.
The presidential campaign is front and center, but voters in both Vermont and New Hampshire will also pick new governors this year.
Just seven percent of the Massachusetts legislature are millennials. That generation makes up 30 percent of the state’s population.
Sponsors of potential ballot questions for 2016 face a deadline this week: the language for their proposals must be submitted to the state by Thursday.
It’s inauguration day in Massachusetts. Republican Charlie Baker will be sworn in as the state’s next governor at noon.
Both the United Independent and Green-Rainbow parties won the necessary 3 percent of the vote in a Massachusetts state wide race this year.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is waiting, like the rest of the state, for the outcome of Tuesday’s voting. So, what does a soon-to-be ex-governor do on Election Day?
Voters throughout the region have been heading to the polls all day, with a few hours to go before results start to come in.
Voter registration cards need to be postmarked by 8 p.m. tomorrow, but a spokesperson for the Secretary of State says it’s probably more reliable to register in person.
Allen lost the Democratic primary to Eric Lesser by about 200 votes.
Gulluni won the four-way Democratic primary last night, and faces no Republicans or Independents in November.