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State Politics

Politics

New Poll Shows Warren Ahead

Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren and U.S. Senator Scott Brown are deadlocked in the Massachusetts race for U.S. Senate, according to a WBUR poll released Tuesday.

Politics

Joseph Kennedy Enters Congressional Race

After more than a month of speculation, Joseph P. Kennedy III is set to formally declare his candidacy for Congress Thursday morning.

Race

IOP Rates Massachusetts Civic Engagement

Massachusetts scored above the national average in overall civic engagement but experienced drops in voter turnout and other political activity, according to an Institute of Politics report released Wednesday.

Politics

Kennedy Poised To Run for Congress

After launching an exploratory website on Monday, Harvard Law School alumnus Joseph P. Kennedy III is one step closer to declaring his candidacy for the Massachusetts District Four Congressional Seat, according to Kennedy aides and local politicos.

Elizabeth Warren

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Harvard Law School professor and U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren visits with volunteers at her campaign headquarters in Somerville, Mass. Monday.

Elizabeth Warren

Warren and Brown Super PACs Face Off

After a two-week long tug of war, Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren and U.S. Senator Scott Brown failed to reach an agreement to ban third-party advertising in the race for U.S. Senate in a meeting Friday.

Politics

Political Ads Highlight Warren's Ambivalent Relationship with Occupy

On Nov. 9, Crossroads Grassroots Political Strategies, a political action committee founded by strategist Karl Rove, launched its first attack ad against Harvard Law School Professor Elizabeth Warren, seeking to tie the senatorial candidate to the national Occupy movement.

City Politics

BRIEF: City of Cambridge Divided Into Two Voting Districts

Last week, Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick ’78, a Democrat signed a state-wide redistricting bill that will divide the city of Cambridge into two voting districts.

Off Campus

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Crimson reporters went door-to-door interviewing residents of south Boston about their thoughts on Elizabeth Warren.

Off Campus

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Reporters went to Woody's LST Tavern in south Boston to interview residents about their thoughts on Elizabeth Warren.

Off Campus

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Crimson reporters went door-to-door interviewing residents of south Boston about their thoughts on Elizabeth Warren.

Off Campus

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Some of the many brown stones and apartments that line the streets of south Boston.

Off Campus

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Crimson reporters went door-to-door interviewing residents of south Boston about their thoughts on Elizabeth Warren.

Harvard in the City

Candidates Edge Into State Senate Race

State Representative Jonathan Hecht of Watertown and State Representative William N. Brownsberger '78 may face off in the Senate race.

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