Governor-elect Charlie Baker stressed the importance of bipartisanship in his first remarks following rival Martha Coakley’s concession.
In an election that featured television advertisements, billboards, and lawn signs across Hampden County, Suzanne Seguin has won election as…
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Republican Baker has won the governor’s race in a nail-biter of an election that seesawed throughout the night.
Casinos will be allowed to move forward in Massachusetts, after ballot Question 3, an effort to repeal the state’s 2011 casino law, has been…
A proposal to prevent the Massachusetts gas tax from going up automatically has been approved by the state’s voters.
Massachusetts voters have rejected a proposal to change the state’s bottle deposit law.
Companies with more than 10 employees will now be required to provide up to 40 hours of paid sick time for their workers.
In one of the most closely-watched races for the Massachusetts Senate, Democrat Eric Lesser has declared victory in a three-way contest agai…
Incumbent Republican Sen. Don Humason is the choice of voters in the 2nd Hampden and Hampshire senate district, defeating Democratic challen…
A longtime assistant to Attorney General Martha Coakley will be taking her former boss’s job.
The longest-serving statewide officeholder will keep his job on Beacon Hill.
Democrat Deb Goldberg has defeated two challengers in her bid to become the state’s next treasurer.
Democrat Suzanne Bump has won re-election as the state’s auditor, in a three-way race.
Southwick Republican Rep. Nick Boldyga is declared victory, and celebrated winning a third term in a rematch against his 2012 opponent.
For the second time this year, Democratic Rep. John Velis has defeated Republican Dan Allie, but this time, it is by a much larger margin.
Incumbent Rep. Michael Finn has won a third term in office, defeating Republican challenger Nathan Bech in the 6th Hampden District.