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Markey Speaks at Last-Minute Rally in Park Square

He was greeted by more than a dozen supporters as he spoke about the importance of the general election just a week away. The Democrat is seeking a second term against Republican challenger Kevin O'Connor.

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Mount Greylock School Committee 'Ticket': No Intent To Be Divisive

In all, there are four School Committee seats up for grabs in November. One, the lone seat for a Lanesborough resident up for election this cycle, has a single candidate, Michelle Johnson, running unopposed for a four-year term.

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Markey, Neal Win Democratic Primaries

U.S. Sen. Edward Markey and U.S. Rep. Richard Neal have won their primaries by large margins against U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III and Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse, respectively.

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Candidates Set for Mount Greylock School Committee

This week, the district released the names of the candidates who have been certified for the ballot.

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Registration, Early Voting Deadlines Set for State Primary

The last day to register to vote or to change voting affiliation for the Sept. 1 Massachusetts state primary is Saturday, Aug. 22.

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Letter: Berkshires, Country Need Neal in Congress

In this day and age it is refreshing to have a representative who remembers so vividly where he came from. A leader who is accessible, responsive and listens to his constituents. He is a fixture in the Berkshires, visiting our businesses, speaking to our children in schools and meeting with our local officials.

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Markey Talks Education, Health & Green New Deal in Campaign Swing

U.S. Sen. Edward Markey made three stops in the Berkshires on Friday to speak on education, technology climate change, health care, racial justice and other issuing affecting the nation.

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Senate Candidate Kennedy Makes Stops in the Berkshires

Joe Kennedy III, a Boston Democrat and grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, is taking on incumbent Ed Markey in the Sept. 1 primary.

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Mazzeo Claims Irregularities as Reason for Mayoral Recount

The recount is being requested by Melissa Mazzeo, who lost the hard fought race against Linda Tyer by 529 votes on Nov. 5.

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Pittsfield Mayoral Election Recount to Start Next Week

City Clerk Michele Benjamin said Tuesday that the recount will begin Monday at 8:30 a.m. and continue until the recount is complete.

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Williamstown Fire District Voters Choose Moresi, Reynolds

Moresi received 137 votes to the 39 received by his opponent, Gerald Smith. Reynolds notched 114 votes to the 64 votes of his opponent, Bruce MacDonald.

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Williamstown Fire District Voters to Select New Board Members

On Tuesday, voters will choose either David Moresi or Gerard Smith for an 18-month term on the Prudential Committee, which governs the town's fire district. Richard Reynolds and Bruce MacDonald are the two candidates for a 30-month seat on the committee.

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Harrington Endorses Kennedy Run for U.S. Senate

Kennedy announced in September his decision to primary U.S. Sen. Edward Markey. The 39-year-old Democrat and grandson of Robert F. Kennedy said on Saturday morning that we're at "a moment of reckoning" in the country and his campaign will shine a spotlight on the things "we haven't done as well as we could have or should have."

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Large Turnout Propels Pittsfield's Tyer to Second Term

Linda Tyer was elected on Tuesday to a second four-year term, beating out opponent Melissa Mazzeo by 529 votes out of nearly 12,000 cast.

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North Adams Re-Elects Mayor, City Council Incumbents

The electorate displayed a preference for incumbents, also re-electing six councilors and returning two former councilors to the fold. The only newcomer to make it onto the nine-member panel was Jess Sweeney.

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North Adams to Elect City Council, Mayor

Voters will go to the polls on Tuesday in what has so far been something of a lackluster election season to elect a new City Council, a mayor and three seats on the School Committee.

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Five Candidates Running for 3 North Adams School Committee Seats

There are five candidates running for three four-year seats on the North Adams School Committee. The incumbents running for re-election are Karen Bond and Tara Jacobs; they are being challenged by Emily Daunis, Robert J. Moulton Jr. and David Sookey III.

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Letter: Support Breen for McCann School Committee

We are writing this letter to support an outstanding husband and father in his campaign for a seat on the McCann School Committee.

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Blumin Wants to Bring Conservative Voice to City Council

Blumin has been a regular attendee at City Council meetings over the past few years, frequently critiquing the council's actions, budgets and what he says is a lack of transparency and accountability.

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North Adams Council Candidates: Moulton, Cardimino & Sheldon

The fifth and last in a series of five candidate articles profiling the 14 City Council candidates running for the nine at-large seats on the North Adams City Council.

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North Adams Council Candidates: Hopkins, Lamb & Sweeney

The third in a series of five candidate profiles of the 14 City Council candidates running for the nine at-large seats on the North Adams City Council.

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North Adams Council Candidates: LaForest & Wilkinson

The third in a series of five candidate articles profiling the 14 City Council candidates running for the nine at-large seats on the North Adams City Council.

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North Adams Council Candidates: Sapienza, Harpin & Oleskiewicz

The second in a series of five candidate profiles of the 14 City Council candidates running for the nine at-large seats on the North Adams City Council.

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North Adams Council Candidates: Bona, Blackmer & Eurbin

The first in a series of five candidate profiles of the 14 City Council candidates running for the nine at-large seats on the North Adams City Council.

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