Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says union members are highly motivated to vote Tuesday, and that will be a big help to Martha Coakley.
The major party candidates for governor cast their ballots shortly after the polls opened, and are now doing some last-minute campaigning.
22News takes a look at what is driving voters in the Western half of the state to get out and vote Tuesday.
If Galvin is accurate in his prediction, that would mean 52.5 percent of the 4.3 million registered voters in Massachusetts would turn out f…
On Sunday afternoon, the Massachusetts Democratic Party hosted a conference call aimed at shifting the focus onto the unidentified fisherman…
Homelessness continues to be an issue in MA, especially among young people. 22News details a bill that could help them get back on their fee…
There are 4.3 million registered voters in Massachusetts. 22News explains how many are expected to head to the polls.
While a Democratic majority is assured in both chambers of the Legislature, Massachusetts Republicans are looking to make gains on Tuesday.
You may be registered to vote in Tuesday’s election but you could still get turned away at the polls.
Thousands of people braved rain, snow and stinging winds Sunday to pay their final respects to former Boston Mayor Tom Menino.
Charlie Baker and Martha Coakley spent Sunday searching for undecided voters as the hours ticked down to Election Day.
It’s the final stretch before Election Day and Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker both spent their Saturday campaigning in Springfield.
Some earmarks were included in the final bill (H 4508) that cleared both branches on Friday, while explicit funding for senior centers in Te…
During a visit to the South Coast fishing port Friday morning, Coakley described her own doubts about Baker’s story, and distinguished it fr…
The state’s Department of Public Health announced that a new system of hospitals has been created to deal with potential Ebola cases.
Homeless hotel and motel owners are making big bucks to shelter families, all at your expense. One lawmaker plans to alleviate the problem.
A Western New England University poll shows Coakley has to get a strong turnout of core Democratic voters if she hopes to win.