Democrat Don Berwick could emerge as the dark horse in the Massachusetts Governor’s race. He has a high-powered resume, including a stint running both Medicare and Medicaid for the Obama administration. He’s also making some bold campaign promises, like eliminating child poverty in the next decade.
Up to this point, most of the action in the race for governor has been on the Democratic side. The crowded primary battle is pitting current and former officeholders, bureaucrats and businesspeople against one another.
Massachusetts Gov. DevalPatrick joined JimBraude and MargeryEagan in Studio Three to talk about a wide range of issues. For a full write-up of the Governor's interview, head here. Gov. Patrick also offered a remembrance of the late newscaster Chet Curtis, who died Wednesday. Curtis was a longtime WCVB and NECN anchor. KaraMiller and EmilyRooney also remembered Curtis.
Evan Falchuk stopped by studio three to talk to Jim Braude and Margery Eagan about running for governor of Massachusetts in 2014. Falchuk stepped down in June from his position as vice chairman of the medical research firm Best Doctors, Inc.
Martha Coakley is getting used to wearing two hats. For the past month, she’s had to balance her duties as Massachusetts Attorney General and her campaign for governor, which takes her to cities and towns across the Commonwealth.
Boston Public Radio hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan have been speaking with each of the candidates runnig for Governor of Massachusetts in 2014. On Tuesday, they were joined by the latest person to join the field: Attorney General Martha Coakley.
Have you done one interview where someone hasn't said how horrible your campaign was against Scott Brown? Do you really think you ran a rotten campaign?
Juliette Kayyem, a Democratic candidate for Governor of Massachusetts, stopped by Boston Public Radio on Tuesday to speak with hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan. Kayyem is a former columnist at The Boston Globe, a lecturer of public policy at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, and she spent nearly 15 years in counter-terrorism, homeland security, and emergency management.
With the release of a video on Wednesday, Charlie Baker decided there are second acts in Massachusetts politics. Baker, who's been a regular on Boston Public Radio, spoke with Jim Braude and Margery Eagan on Wednesday about why he got into the race.