A local attorney has decided to run for the Democratic nomination for state Senate.
Andrea Harrington plans to formally announce next Tuesday morning for the Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin, and Hampden District seat being vacated by state Sen. Benjamin B. Downing.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — With the majority of precincts reporting in late Tuesday night, both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were expected to post victories in their respective primaries in Massachusetts.
Trump, a New York billionaire developer, was far and away the winner in the Republican primary, with some 80 percent of precincts reporting he had scored nearly 49 percent of the vote.
Michael Eric Bloomberg wants to bring his expertise in finance and urban redevelopment back to his hometown.
The 26-year-old Pittsfield native is challenging state Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier for the Democratic nomination for the 3rd Berkshire District. Bloomberg is holding a campaign kickoff on Thursday.
Hillary Clinton wowed a small crowd of supporters in Springfield on Monday morning before heading off to a larger rally in Boston just a day before the state's primary.
"I will work as hard as I can every single day. ... I will get up and to go to work for you and fight for you," the Democratic presidential candidate said, asking for their votes on Tuesday. "I want us to make progress again. I am a progressive who likes to make progress."
Last Monday, I had the opportunity to hear Bernie Sanders speak at the Mullen Center at the University of Massachusetts. His analysis of what happened to the American economy in the financial crisis of 2008 is right on the money.
U.S. Rep. Richard Neal is hoping the Democratic presidential primary is "put to bed" on Super Tuesday with Hilary Clinton sealing up the nomination.
The Congressman joined local supporters in Clinton's Pittsfield field office Saturday to rally support for the former Secretary of State. Clinton is going up against Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in seeking the nomination.
Campaigns for Bernie Sanders and Hilary Clinton have begun the local push in anticipation for Super Tuesday.
On Saturday, volunteers from the Sanders campaign began canvassing efforts while volunteers from the Clinton campaign opened an office to serve as a local headquarters. Both candidates are seeking the nomination for the Democratic party in the presidential race.
"We want to use the momentum we have nationally and reach out to the people who may be on the fence," said Steve Coyne, wh
Wednesday, Feb. 10, is the last day to register or to change party status to vote in the Tuesday, March 1, presidential primary.
You may change your party enrollment by completing a new voter registration form in person at your town or city clerk's office, by mail, or at www.RegisterToVoteMA.com.