Ask and you shall receive, right? I did a little kvetching in our August issue about the boooorrrrrriiiinnnnnggggg state of our 12 mayoral candidates’ Twitter […]
This past Wednesday, as the battle over the so-called “People’s Pledge” or “Boston Pledge” against independent expenditures came to a boil in the mayoral campaign, […]
There are few things more predictable in contemporary political campaigns, at least in Massachusetts, than the holier-than-thou slapfest over outside expenditures. It was obviously coming […]
Dear Boston mayoral candidates: Please tweet better.
Before unleashing my assault on her feckless fizzle of a speech, let me say that I thought Charlotte Golar Richie’s campaign rally Wednesday night was […]
As candidates scramble for votes in the first wide-open mayoral election in decades, a transformed Boston begins to emerge.
New York City, last seen handing its top office to the highest-bidding billionaire, on Tuesday offered up the spectacle of a leading mayoral candidate with […]
New Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll: John Connolly 12%; Marty Walsh 11%; Dan Conley 9%; Rob Consalvo 8%; Mike Ross 5%; Charlotte Golar Richie 5%; Felix […]
John Connolly’s early mayoral campaign launch appears to have paid dividends—at least, according to a poll commissioned by his own campaign. Although the Connolly campaign […]