2010 massachusetts governor’s race

Deval Patrick reelected, Democrats win all 10 Massachusetts House seats 0

It my not reflect the national outlook, but it seems like every Democrat on every ballot in Massachusetts won Tuesday night. Governor Deval Patrick won a second term against Republican Charlie Baker and independent Tim Cahill and Green Rainbow Party candidate Jill Stein. Incumbent Democrats John Oliver, Richard Neal, Jim McGovern, Ed Markey, Niki Tsongas,(…)

Emerson and Lesley College students got up early for Obama

Emerson and Lesley College students got up early for Obama 0

Before Barack Obama arrived in Boston last weekend to campaign for Deval Patrick, three Emerson College students and a fourth from Lesley College arrived at Hynes Convention Center around 6 a.m., more than six hours before doors would open. They were rewarded with third place in line behind two men, one from Cambridge and one(…)

Gallery: Barack Obama in Boston 1

President Obama came to Hynes Convention Center on Saturday to support incumbent governor Deval Patrick and his running mate Tim Murray as they face a tough challenge from Republican Charlie Baker. Blast Magazine was there to capture the day in words and pictures. (Photos by John Stephen Dwyer for Blast Magazine)

Official remarks of President Barack Obama at Democratic fundraiser in Boston 0

5:19 p.m. — THE PRESIDENT: Thank you for opening up this extraordinary home, and we will not show up unannounced — (laughter) — whatever John may say. You guys have been extraordinarily gracious, and we really appreciate it. To all of you who are here, thank you for being such stalwart supporters not just to(…)

Reports from President Barack Obama’s brief visit to Boston 0

Pool reporting courtesy of the White House Media Affairs Office Air Force One landed at 1.58 p.m. at Logan International Airport. A motorcade of more than a dozen vehicles waited. The motorcade included State Police cruisers, a Newton police Ford explorer, black sport utility vehicles with tinted windows, a white van for the White House(…)