As the 2022 election hits the final stretch, we're breaking down the biggest political news in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and beyond as it happens.
With 28 days to go before the election, we're talking the top of the ticket -- the Massachusetts gubernatorial race. NBC10 Boston is hosting the first live televised debate between the two candidates, Maura Healey and Geoff Diehl, and our in-house experts Alison King and Sue O'Connell break down the highlights of the race so far, plus the biggest stories they're tracking in New England and around the country.
Democrat Maura Healey and Republican Geoff Diehl are fighting for the corner office. With less than a month until the election, political commentator Sue O'Connell and anchor Priscilla Casper dive into the background of the two candidates and the issues important to voters in NECN's new election show.
The Massachusetts gubernatorial race heated up Wednesday night with its first live televised debate. Political commentator Sue O’Connell and anchor Cory Smith are joined by former gubernatorial candidate Chris Doughty, "Politics and Prosecco" host Jacquetta Van Zandt and BU College of Communications professor Tammy Vigil to share their take on how the candidates did.
With 20 days until Massachusetts' general election, we're breaking down the proposals for a millionaire's tax, repealing a law letting undocumented immigrants get driver's licenses and more. Special guest Evan Horowitz, executive director of Tufts University’s Center for State Policy Analysis, joins our own Alison King and Sue O'Connell to explain everything you need to know about each of the four questions.
Big congressional battles are brewing in New Hampshire for the 2022 election, and Fergus Cullen, a Dover city councilor and former head of the New Hampshire GOP, joins NBC10 Boston's experts Alison King and Sue O'Connell to discuss the races, starting with incumbent Democrat Sen. Maggie Hassan and Republican challenger Don Bolduc and followed by the 1st Congressional District, between incumbent Democrat Rep. Chris Pappas and Republican challenger Karoline Leavitt.
Every election season, there's plenty of talk about the top of the ticket. But there are a lot of important down-ballot races that don’t get as much attention. Our experts Alison King and Sue O’Connell share what they think are the most interesting races down the ballot and why voters should care about them.
The majority of Massachusetts voters -- about 60% -- are unenrolled, yet third parties struggle to gain political headway. Evan Falchuk, who ran for governor in 2014 and founded the state's United Independent Party, explains the challenges that third parties face and why they can even be "dangerous" with in-house experts Alison King and Sue O’Connell.
The nation is gearing up for an election that could shake up power in Washington as Republicans and Democrats vie for control of the House and Senate, as well as state governor seats. Here's a bonus episode, from NECN's special election show.
Amid an ongoing ideological rift within the Massachusetts Republican Party, the state is in a position to fall under single-party rule after Nov. 8. With polls suggesting that Democrats will win all statewide elections, former MassGOP Executive Director Gene Hartigan talks about the future of the party.
Democrat Maura Healey made history Tuesday as the first woman elected governor of Massachusetts and the first openly lesbian governor in the nation. NBC10 Boston's Alison King and Jeff Saperstone describe the moments after she and Republican Geoff Diehl learned the results on election night and explain what happens next.