The governor faced increasing resistance from the Republican Party’s conservative base
Hicks, a “DSA comrade,” will be the first socialist to hold office in Boston in the modern political era.
The former president, Diehl said, is “strong on Crime, Election Integrity, our now under siege Southern Border, loves our Military, and has a big focus on taking care of our Vets.”
Good government advocates call vote by lawmakers “undemocratic and unacceptable”
It’s the second time in less than a year that progressives have been dealt a bitter defeat in a crowded primary race.
“I don’t think we’re going to wake up on Jan. 7 in the same country we went to bed in on the 6th.”
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.