Articles Tagged 'Gabriel Gomez'
Markey Beats Gomez in Massachusetts Senate Race
Veteran Democratic Rep. Ed Markey defeated Republican newcomer Gabriel Gomez in the Massachusetts special election Senate race Tuesday.
Markey won by about 10 percentage points,… READ MORE
Voters To Finally Decide Between Ed Markey, Gabriel Gomez
BOSTON â€” Massachusetts voters are heading to the polls to pick a new U.S. senator.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Edward Markey and Republican Gabriel Gomez scrambled to energize supporters and mobilize get-out-the-vote efforts in the hours leading up to Tuesdayâ€™s special election to succeed John Kerry in the U.S. Senate.
Both candidates made a series of campaign stops Monday, culminating with… READ MORE
Gabriel Gomez, Edward Markey going all out
LOWELL â€” With less than 48 hours left before polls open in the Senate race, Republican Gabriel E. Gomez and Democrat Edward J. Markey scrambled to scoop up last-minute votes as they campaigned across the state on Sunday.
Gomez urged supporters to stay positive despite polls showing him lagging and predicted he would ride a wave of bipartisan support to… READ MORE
MA Special-Election Polling Doesnâ€™t Match 2010 Upset
Former Sen. Scott P. Brown, who lost a bid for a full term in November, will make his first appearance on the Massachusetts special-election campaign trail June 24. But a day before the election, the race will likely look more like his November 2012 loss than his January 2010 upset.
Republican nominee Gabriel Gomezâ€™s team remains optimistic based on a… READ MORE
Democrats Tie Republican to Romney in Special Election
With a new poll showing Rep. Edward J. Markey, D-Mass., pulling away, yet another outside group spot is hitting GOP nominee Gabriel Gomez in the Massachusetts Senate special election.
The new Senate Majority PAC advertisement, released on Monday, ties Gomez to Mitt Romney, the former Bay State governor and presidential nominee whose business background was tarnished in early 2012 ads.… READ MORE
Where Are the GOP Super PACs in the Massachusetts Special?
Maybe this race isnâ€™t as close as advertised.
Despite two new public polls showing a 7-point race, the Republican-aligned outside groups that swamped the 2012 landscape with TV advertising are still nowhere to be found in the special election for Senate in Massachusetts.
American Crossroads, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other groups generally supportive of Republican candidates have so… READ MORE
Democratic Ads Tie Gomez to National GOP
In the partyâ€™s first major television foray into the competitive June 25 Massachusetts Senate special election, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and Senate Majority PAC released ads Friday in an effort to define Gabriel Gomez as an ordinary Republican.
Thatâ€™s the ultimate goal for the party in this Democratic-leaning state. And the two ads released Friday by the national Democratic… READ MORE
Markey, Gomez race turns nasty in Mass.
As outside groups begin to mobilize in the Massachusetts Senate race, the animosity between the Republican Gabriel Gomez and his Democratic opponent, Rep. Ed Markey, is reaching a fevered pitch.
The increasingly personal nature of the attacks could soon be amplified as outside money begins to pour into the race before the June 25 election.
Reacting to negative television ads… READ MORE
National Republicans Send Staff to Massachusetts
National Republicans have dispatched staff to Massachusetts to assist with the Senate special election that has become tantalizingly close.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee has committed at least four staffers to help nominee Gabriel Gomez in the final weeks of the June 25 contest. The moves come amid fresh polling that showed Gomez running just behind Democratic Rep. Edward J.… READ MORE
Six ways the GOP can make the Massachusetts Senate race competitive
The Republican establishment breathed a sigh of relief when Boston businessman Gabriel Gomez won Tuesday’s GOP primary in the Massachusetts special Senate race, believing he… READ MORE