Two Elizabeth Warren aides are headed for N.H. Does this mean something?

The moves stoke speculation that the Elizabeth Warren may be preparing for a presidential run in 2020.

First openly transgender candidate for Congress in Mass. seeks to boost fall ballot initiative

The state’s first openly transgender candidate for Congress, Alexandra Chandler, says she intends to put another voice to November’s closely watched ballot measure on transgender rights.

RGA funneled millions into advertisement to boost Charlie Baker

The TV spot — which disclosed that the RGA was a donor but didn’t divulge how much it contributed — began running in local markets last week,

He’s running for six different elected offices on the same ballot (and yes, that’s legal)

Before you dismiss H. Brooke Paige, consider this: he is all but guaranteed to be the GOP’s nominee for four of the positions because he is running unopposed in the primary.

N.H. Democrats remove Clinton name from annual fund-raising dinner

The annual fall fete, which Bill Clinton headlined as recently as 2014, will now be called the Eleanor Roosevelt Dinner.

Maggie Hassan heading to Iowa, home of the presidential caucuses, later this month

US Senator Maggie Hassan will be the featured speaker at an Iowa Democratic Party event in Dubuque later in the month.

Rufus Gifford says he’s donating a contribution from CBS head accused of sexual harassment

Rufus Gifford said he sent Leslie Moonves’s $2,700 contribution to Planned Parenthood of Massachusetts on Monday.

Tito Jackson endorses Rachael Rollins for Suffolk DA

Former Boston city councilor and mayoral candidate Tito Jackson called Rachael Rollins a “friend” and touted her managerial experience and focus on criminal justice reform.

New poll finds Michael Capuano leading Ayanna Pressley in congressional primary

Michael Capuano continues to hold a solid lead over his Democratic primary challenger, Ayanna Pressley, with one month left in the race.

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Donald Hall’s last poem was about Scott Brown

The former poet laureate’s final poem was just three lines long, but it sure packed a political punch.