(CNN) - Republicans in Massachusetts have a second candidate interested in the race for the seat Secretary of State John Kerry resigned earlier this month.
Gabriel Gomez announced his candidacy Tuesday with a bilingual web video introducing himself to voters.
(CNN) - He decided against a bid this year to try and return to the U.S. Senate, but will Republican Scott Brown run instead for Massachusetts governor next year?
The former senator is non-committal, but he certainly isn't closing any doors.
(CNN) - A Massachusetts Republican appears to be going where four other party members decided not go.
GOP State Rep. Dan Winslow announced Tuesday that he's exploring a bid to run in a June special election to fill the final eighteen months of the term of longtime Democratic Sen. John Kerry, who stepped down from the Senate Friday to succeed Hillary Clinton as U.S. secretary of state.
(CNN) – Tagg Romney, the son of former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, announced Monday that he will not run for the special Senate election in Massachusetts.
"The timing is not right for me, but I am hopeful that the people of Massachusetts will select someone of great integrity, vision, and compassion as our next US Senator," Romney, 42, said in a statement.
(CNN) - The clock is ticking for the GOP in Massachusetts.
With Election Day just four and a half months away, Republicans have yet to find a candidate to run in a special contest to fill the final eighteen months of the term of longtime Democratic Sen. John Kerry, who stepped down from the Senate Friday to succeed Hillary Clinton as U.S. secretary of state.
(CNN) - A second Massachusetts Republican has announced he will not seek the U.S. Senate seat vacated last week by Secretary of State John Kerry.
Richard Tisei, a former state senator and 2012 candidate for the U.S. Congress, said in a statement late Saturday that “the timing is simply not right for me.”
(CNN) - Former Sen. Scott Brown said Friday that he won't make a bid this year to return to Capitol Hill.
The Republican from Massachusetts announced that "I will not be a candidate for the United States Senate in the upcoming special election."
(CNN) – Glen Johnson, the political editor for the Boston Globe's website, has long covered Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts–and he'll continue to follow the veteran senator right into the State Department.
Johnson announced Thursday that he's leaving journalism to work as a senior adviser for Kerry when the senator takes on his job as U.S. Secretary of State once his resignation takes effect Friday.
(CNN) - And then there were two.
Rep. Stephen Lynch announced his bid Thursday for the U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, becoming the second candidate to jump into the June special election to fill the final eighteen months of the term of longtime Democratic Sen. John Kerry, who steps down from the Senate at the end of the week to become secretary of state.