Mass Republicans double down on Trump, limp toward November and obscurity
Something to keep you occupied besides the glowing orange menace
The Bay State’s Democratic primary featured multiple elections that garnered national attention.
The results of the Massachusetts primary will tell us a lot about how these fights will unfold, but regardless of the outcome, it is a dynamic almost certain to intensify.
Dems now hold 128 of 160 seats in the House. “Two areas that were strong for Trump a few years ago came back home and voted blue.”
“Check me out,” Biden told a crowd of near 150. “If you like what you see, help me out, if not, vote for the other guy.”
“The things we’re talking about with Sanders are things I’ve wanted my whole life."
“I must say, I’m a little troubled when I look around and see what’s happening,” Weld said, adding that he “was so proud of Mitt Romney,” another former Mass governor who was the only Republican to vote for impeachment.
Klobuchar went on to tell the crowd that her campaign exceeded expectations: “I think the answer for all of this is that you want a president who has the presence of mind that can thrive in chaos.”
A political history in three New Hampshire primaries