Democratic Attorney General Maura Healey paved an open path for the next “people’s lawyer” when she declared her candidacy for governor in January.
The fiery race narrowed one week ago, when Quentin Palfrey, a former assistant attorney general and the 2018 Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor, ended his campaign after un
As he exited the field, Palfrey endorsed his rival Andrea Campbell, a former Boston city councilor and former Boston mayoral candidate, over his other opponent but sometimes ally o
That’s despite Palfrey repeatedly condemning Campbell for not disavowing a super PAC supporting her campaign and igniting potential conflicts of interests should she win her bid.
Liss-Riordan, a former U.S. Senate candidate against Sen. Ed Markey, launched her campaign in late January at the Iron Workers Local 7 Union Hall in South Boston
“This is a deplorable situation that needs to be addressed,” Liss-Riordan said in April of the courthouse, which has been linked to the deaths of five employee who developed AL
In the lead-up to Tuesday, Liss-Riordan funneled millions of dollars of her personal money into campaign advertising
On the first day of early voting last month, Liss-Riordan fortified her AG bid as she picked up endorsements from Healey, U.S. Elizabeth Warren,
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, former Boston Mayor Kim Janey. But Campbell herself has compiled a hefty list of influential endorsements, including from Healey, Senate President Karen S