Nicholas P. Fandos
With the first fiscal quarter of 2012 drawing to a close on Saturday, Massachusetts’s leading political campaigns have spent much of the past few weeks scrambling to raise last-minute funds and boost what will be their first financial reports since January.
The seemingly contradictory intersection between the campaigns points to what has been an important, though at times fraught, relationship between the President and his former advisor.
Boston lawyer Jim C. King announced that he would bow out of the contest for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate, ending a campaign that struggled from its start to mount any serious challenge to frontrunner Elizabeth Warren.
Facebook co-founder Christopher R. Hughes ’06 announced Friday that he had purchased a majority stake in The New Republic, a magazine owned and edited for 35 years by former Harvard lecturer Martin “Marty” H. Peretz.
Elizabeth Childs announced that she had earned the endorsement of four high-profile female politicians for the Republican nomination for Massachusetts’ Fourth Congressional District seat.
What do Academy Award Winners Davis Guggenheim and Tom Hanks have in common with Harvard Law School Professor Elizabeth Warren? All three have a hand in a soon-to-be released documentary highlighting the challenges of President Barack Obama's first term in office.
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney was met by a cheering crowd of supporters in his home state on Tuesday night as he celebrated victories in a host of Super Tuesday primaries.
Voters in ten states, including Massachusetts, had their first chance to weigh in today on a Republican primary contest whose outcome has become increasingly less certain since it began in January.
Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren hit the road this week in an effort to tap into the pocketbooks of wealthy Democrats around the country as her Senate campaign gains momentum nationwide.
Though Massachusetts Republicans will not weigh in on the presidential nominating race until next Tuesday, a group of Harvard University employees have already let their checkbooks do some of the talking.
During the first five months of her campaign for U.S. Senate, Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren received over $100,000 in donations from Harvard employees.
As Dorchester caucus-goers filed into the library of the Christo Rey High School in Savin Hill last week, volunteers from the remaining Democratic U.S. Senate campaigns urged them to support their candidate.
After more than a month of speculation, Joseph P. Kennedy III is set to formally declare his candidacy for Congress Thursday morning.
Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren and U.S. Senator Scott Brown are deadlocked in the Massachusetts race for U.S. Senate, according to a WBUR poll released Tuesday.
He is not even an official candidate yet, but Joseph P. Kennedy III has a two-to-one lead over his closest would-be opponent in the race for the Massachusetts Fourth District Congressional seat, a poll released Thursday showed.