Politics

On March 3, voters in Massachusetts and fifteen other states will head to the polls to vote for a candidate in national primary elections. Here in Boston, some political leaders have already made their preference known, with hometown candidate Sen.... Read more

State Rep. Dan Cullinane will not seek re-election to his seat in the House of Representatives this fall. Cullinane, 34, has held the 12th Suffolk seat — which includes parts of Dorchester, Mattapan, and Milton— since winning a hotly contested special... Read more

An officer whose partner was trying to stop a man who had repeatedly stabbed another on Adams Street late Monday shot the man in the thigh when he turned his knife towards the partner, Police Commissioner William Gross... Read more

State Rep. Dan Hunt is endorsing former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick for president, citing his "bold leadership" in two terms as the state's top executive officer.

Patrick was a late entrant into the field of Democrats seeking the... Read more

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh made an emphatic push on Wednesday to license undocumented immigrants who drive in Massachusetts, throwing his support behind legislation pending on Beacon Hill that faces an important deadline. Walsh... Read more

Chief-of-staff Dave Sweeney to depart Walsh’s office
David Sweeney, who has served as Mayor Martin Walsh’s Chief of Staff since September 2017, will leave the administration to serve as president and CEO of MASCO, a non-profit organization... Read more

Two former Massachusetts governors will top the state's presidential primary ballots on March 3, 2020.

The ballot order was established Friday after Secretary of State William Galvin drew names at random, selecting them from a bronze basket.... Read more

Mayor Martin Walsh made the case Tuesday for city-sponsored legislation that he says will help Boston leverage a boom-time development market to help seed affordable housing starts and workforce training programs. State House News Service reports that... Read more

Community activist Julia Mejia has won the recount of Boston’s at-large City Council election by a single vote. After three days of counting, the final tally was 22,492 for Mejia and 22,491 for Alejandra St. Guillen. Both are first-time candidates for... Read more

The final outcome of the at-large city council election— which is the subject of an ongoing recount effort— could be resolved as soon as today.

The actual recounting of ballots began Saturday in the Haymarket room of City Hall at around 11 a.m.... Read more

Pages

Subscribe to Politics