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postheadericon Election 2010: Statewide Election Results

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postheadericon State Treasurer: Grossman defeats Polito

Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Steve Grossman will be the new state treasurer in Massachusetts. Grossman defeated Republican state Rep. Karyn Polito of Shrewsbury in a hard-fought race to succeed Treasurer Timothy Cahill, who ran for governor. Read the rest of this entry »

postheadericon Massachusetts: Coakley returned to AG office

Martha Coakley has been reelected to another term as attorney general in Massachusetts less than a year after her stunning loss to Scott Brown in a special U.S. Senate election. Coakley defeated Republican James McKenna in Tuesday’s voting. Read the rest of this entry »

postheadericon AP News: Lively turnout as Mass. governor race concludes

By GLEN JOHNSON, AP Political Writer

BOSTON (AP) – The nearly two-year Massachusetts gubernatorial race is over but for the voting.

Gov. Deval Patrick is trying to fend off a pro-GOP, anti-incumbent wave that threatened his colleagues in 37 races across the nation. GOP challenger Charles Baker is hoping to take advantage of that tide. Read the rest of this entry »

postheadericon Marshfield: WATD-FM announces Election Night sponsors

WATD-FM is pleased to announce its sponsors for 2010 Election Night Coverage live on the radio and streaming online on Election night.

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The sponsors include S-Bank, Life Care Center of the South Shore, The Barker Tavern in Scituate, and the South Shore Chamber of Commerce. They will sponsor election night coverge, November 2nd on WATD-FM, and online at

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postheadericon Interview: Republican Gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker on The South Shore’s Morning News

The South Shore’s Morning News with Rob Hakala & Lisa Azizian is live weekdays from 5 a.m. – 9 a.m. Simply put, it’s everything you need to get going in the morning!  It’s a daily dose of News, Weather, Traffic, Business and Sports. This political season, the show is giving candidates the opportunity to answer questions posed to them by the award winning South Shore’s News Station. Today Charlie Baker joins us via phone.

postheadericon AP News: Suspect’s lawyer donated to Norfolk County DA


BOSTON (AP) – Norfolk District Attorney William Keating has accepted campaign donations from a lawyer representing a man charged by Keating’s office with attempting to gun down an off-duty firefighter last year.

Keating, A Democrat running for Congress in the 10th district, received two donations from attorney John McGlone in August totaling $1,545, according to an Associated Press review of campaign records. McGlone also co-hosted a Quincy fundraiser for Keating in August.

McGlone represents Robert O’Connell, charged with attempted murder after being arrested for shooting Milton firefighter Joseph Fasano during a confrontation. Keating’s office is prosecuting O’Connell.

Keating’s campaign did not immediately respond when asked for comment. McGlone also did not immediately return a call.

postheadericon AP News: Government employees punch in and out to politick

By GLEN JOHNSON, AP Political Writer

BOSTON (AP) – Government employees in Massachusetts are leaving their tax-paid jobs on a daily and sometimes hourly basis to campaign for their bosses this fall.

It underscores a unique advantage enjoyed when incumbent politicians run for office. They have a publicly funded infrastructure they can count on that isn’t available to outsider candidates.

Employees getting their salary and benefits paid by the government are free to shift to political work, as long as they’re on their own time. But it’s a distinction that can be hard to see and even harder to police.

In the past week, top aides to state treasurer and independent gubernatorial candidate Timothy Cahill have been spotted at mid-afternoon campaign events. The same has been true the past month for aides to U.S. Rep. Barney Frank, Gov. Deval Patrick and Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray.

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