Massachusetts

A congressional race that got national attention at the last minute was dominated by local issues that benefited Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.) over a local mayor.
After more than 30 election wins, the Kennedy victory streak is over in Massachusetts. Rep. Joe Kennedy III lost in the Democratic Senate primary race against incumbent Sen. Ed Markey.
The incumbent defeated Rep. Joe Kennedy III, the first loss in the state for one of the Democratic Party’s most storied dynasties.
The 16-term incumbent from Western Massachusetts defeated progressive Alex Morse, a local mayor.
The race in Massachusetts’ 4th District shows the dangers of a divided field for the left.
In the solidly blue Bay State, this year's Democratic primaries are the main event.
Ed Markey suddenly has an edge over Joe Kennedy III in a race that is all about what a senator should be.
Holyoke, Massachusetts, Mayor Alex Morse, who is challenging Rep. Richard Neal, wants to cancel the island's debt.
A TV spot from a pro-Neal super PAC used discredited allegations to attack challenger Alex Morse.
Progressive Mayor Alex Morse’s bid to unseat Rep. Richard Neal, a top Democrat, could shift the balance of power inside the party.