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Newton resident and State Treasurer Steve Grossman told WCVB's "On the Record" that he is "leaning strongly" toward running for governor.
What's it like when the potential next leader of the free world votes in your town? Patch sent three editors to find out.
Incumbent Democrat John Lawn and Republican Challenger Francis Stanton recently faced off in a debate co-sponsored by NewTV and the Newton League of Women Voters.
Frank J. Ciano, a general practice lawyer, graduated from Boston College and Suffolk University Law School.
Former Ward 6 Alderman-at-Large Charlie Shapiro has already received an endorsement for his candidacy in the Governor's Council Third District.
With powerhouse Elizabeth Warren taking all the attention in the Democratic U.S. Senate primary, the AP is reporting Khazei will drop out of the race Thursday.
The election's eventual winner, John Lawn, raised more than $47,000
Winner of the race will replace former State Rep. Peter Koutoujian. Stay tuned to Patch for results later tonight.
Dixon, a Waltham Republican, is facing John Lawn in the special election for the 10th Middlesex state representative seat.
Lawn will face Republican James Dixon in the general election on Tuesday, May 10.
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