(Reuters) - Democratic congressman Ed Markey, who has a strong lead in the polls over Republican rival Gabriel Gomez in the race for Massachusetts' open seat in the Senate, rebuffed criticism and embraced his liberal base in a debate against his opponent on Wednesday. Full story
Democrat Ed Markey and Republican Gabriel Gomez will face off for the Massachusetts Senate seat, formerly held by current Secretary of State John Kerry. NECN's Justin Michaels reports.
The results from the special Massachusetts Senate primaries are in! NBC’s Mark Murray and Domenico Montanaro report in the Democratic primary Congressman Ed Markey defeated Congressman Stephen Lynch, and former Navy SEAL-turned-businessman Gabriel Gomez beat his opponents in the Republican primary.
Gabriel Gomez, the newly elected GOP nominee to fill the open Massachusetts Senate seat, joins The Daily Rundown to discuss where he stands on gun control, immigration, and other big ticket issues facing the senate.
The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd talks about the race between Republican Gabriel Gomez and Rep. Ed Markey.
Chuck talks with candidates in the Massachusetts Senate primary today including Republican candidates Gabriel Gomez, former US Atty. Michael Sullivan, and State Rep. Dan Winslow, and a spokesman from Democrat Stephen Lynch’s campaign.
U.S. President Barack Obama greets a woman during a visit to Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe with Massachusetts Senate candidate Edward Markey in Boston June 12, 2013. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
U.S. President Barack Obama takes the stage after he was introduced by Massachusetts Senate candidate Edward Markey during a campaign rally for Markey in Boston June 12, 2013 REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with Massachusetts Senate candidate Edward Markey during a campaign rally in Boston June 12, 2013 REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)