With the final match-up between Republican and Democratic gubernatorial candidates now clear, the stakes for the real estate industry in November’s general election are starting to come into focus.
Several elected Democrats took aim at Gov. Charlie Baker on Wednesday after a scathing federal report was released documenting the MBTA’s safety deficiencies, pinning the blame on the outgoing Republican or his deputies ahead of corner-office turnover in January.
Our state needs a new approach to addressing our high cost of housing. Unfortunately, state policy keeps leading us in the wrong direction by confusing housing affordability with housing density.
Republican delegates qualified both of their candidates for Massachusetts governor – Geoff Diehl and Chris Doughty – for the September primary ballot over the weekend, and gave Diehl the party’s endorsement in the race.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Geoff Diehl will run as a team with former state representative Leah Allen, a North Shore Republican who spent a brief stint on Beacon Hill before leaving the House to focus on her nursing career.
Republican gubernatorial hopeful Chris Doughty, a political outsider, aligned his campaign with a former member of the legislature on Tuesday as he introduced Kate Campanale as his informal running mate, giving the Wrentham businessman an entree to the establishment wing of the Republican Party.