Massachusetts college students and political involvement

Most Mass. college students we spoke to are registered to vote, or plan to be fully registered, by the time that the 2016 presidential election takes place. 21 year-old Becker College student, Sabrina Thibeault, is registered to vote. She is registered in her home town of North Brookfield, Mass. 20-year-old Assumption College student, Rebecca Rengucci-Cully, …

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COMMENTARY: Question Three: Will Casinos Remain Law in Massachusetts?

By Patrick Cannon It seems to me that everyone is getting in to a tizzy about the casino law. It is on the ballot yet again. People in Massachusetts passed a law that would allow casinos to be built, and gambling would be legal. Now, some want the law repealed, because some people feel that …

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Who do you side with? Check here! @marthacoakley @CharlieForGov #PoliticsWeek

Unsure who to vote for this coming election in Massachusetts? Well check out this ~10 minute quiz to see which parties you probably line up with most! http://www.isidewith.com/political-quiz Keep in mind that all quizzes, certified or not, are always subject to difference and often you may not find the answers you are looking for on …

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Meet the candidates: Massachusetts Gubernatorial Race 2014

Posted by Sara Heath (MA): On Tuesday, Nov. 4, Massachusetts voters will choose the state's next governor. Attorney General Martha Coakley, after a grueling primary race, is the Democrat.  Businessman Charlie Baker is the Republican.  While polls vary a little, the latest Boston Globe poll gives Baker a lead of 44-percent to Coakley's 37-percent. Running …

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