Grossman Lays Out Vision For Massachusetts
A growing field of candidates are vying to become the next governor. While election day is more than a year away, the candidates are starting to make their cases, crisscrossing the state.
Six Democrats have thrown their hats into the ring. One, state Sen. Dan Wolf, has since suspended his campaign because of alarm bells raised by the state Ethics Commission. The panel is now considering whether to change the state’s ethics laws to accommodate both Wolf’s job in public office and his ownership stake in Cape Air, which has contracts with the semi-public agency Massport, which operates Logan airport.
One Republican, Charlie Baker, has joined the race, as well as one independent, Evan Falchuk.
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