Massachusetts will be joining Colorado and Washington among the states that allow the recreational use of marijuana.
Following an expensive and high-profile campaign, the “no” side on Ballot Question 2 is declaring victory.
Massachusetts voters have approved an animal rights measure, designed to create more humane conditions for farm animals.
State Senator Eric Lesser says he has won a second term in the Legislature, beating back a challenge from James “Chip” Harrington.
The Senate President holds a strong lead over Republican challenger Donald Peltier.
Republican Senator Don Humason is celebrating a victory in his re-election bid in the 2nd Hampden and Hampshire Senate district.
Nick Boldyga unseated former State Representative Rosemary Sandlin six years ago, and her comeback attempt appears to have come up short.
Hinds will succeed fellow Pittsfield Democrat Benjamin Downing, who is retiring from the Legislature.
Some legislative seats are open, while in others, incumbents are facing challengers in a year that turnout is expected to be very high.
American voters do not directly elect the president, but rather the presidency is decided in the Electoral College.
A five-month undercover investigation of environmental police with their state vehicles at home for hours at a time during the workday.
A Superior Court judge is allowing three Massachusetts residents to cast provisional ballots.
Millions of people are expected to vote on Election Day. 22News explains what you can expect if you have yet to cast your ballot.
By the end of Election Day Secretary of State William Galvin expects that more than 3 million Massachusetts voters will have cast ballots.
With no statewide races on the ballot, much of the campaign conversation in the state has centered on the four ballot questions.
Veterans in western Massachusetts face a unique set of challenges when it comes to services.
Revenue collections last month eclipsed the state’s newly revised estimates by $79 million.
Goldberg filed a bill that would direct UMass to work with the Dept. of Higher Education to develop the pilot on one of its campuses.
At least 16 cities and towns in western Massachusetts will end early voting on Thursday at 4 p.m.
22News explains how charter schools are performing in the urban communities of Massachusetts.