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Belmont Democrat announced he would run for Congress if Markey wins the race for U.S. Senate.
The board that advises the governor on his or her appointments has been a source of embarrassment, the Boston Globe writes in an editorial, and the board has little function.
Devaney got strong support in Watertown and Waltham to defeat Brookline's Harry Margolis.
Belmont's Olson discuss why she would be a good state Rep.; Katniss wins animated vote.
Watertown Republican Town Committee chief will take on Brownsberger in general election.
State Rep's needed to win over his Belmont/Cambridge base and they came out for him.
Find out who will succeed Steven Tolman as the Second Suffolk and Middlesex State Senator.
Voters in the special State Senate race take to the polls.
Head over to the Watertown Patch site and vote for your favorite.
The Brighton attorney discusses his views on some of the issues facing candidates for the Second Suffolk and Middlesex state senate seat.
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