Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick again would not commit to supporting Hillary Clinton for president, and voiced admiration for Senator Elizabeth Warren.
He made the comments in an interview today on CNN:
"I need a yes or no," said the CNN host, "because I got to move on: should Elizabeth Warren run for president this time around?"Read more
Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick explained on CNN that part of the point of protests yesterday in Boston, New York City, and Washington, D.C. was to be "disruptive."
The CNN host asked, "What is the goal here?"Read more
Governor Deval Patrick (D, Mass.) says that Hillary Clinton's sense of entitlement is "off-putting to regular voters." Patrick made the comments on Meet the Press:Read more
Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick refused to endorse Hillary Clinton this morning on CNN, and called the notion that she's inevitable "off putting to the average voter."
The CNN host asked, "When you look at 2016, is this Hillary all the way, do you think?"Read more
Barney Frank publicly asked the Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick for the Senate seat held by John Kerry. (Kerry, of course, is stepping down to run the State Department.) But today it appears that Frank has been passed over.
CBS Boston is reporting that "Gov. Patrick announces Mo Cowan as interim Mass. Senator."
Cowan is Patrick's former chief of staff.
The official announcement is expected later today, at 11 a.m. in Massachusetts.
"I’ve told the governor I would now like, frankly, to" be senator, Frank admitted earlier this month on MSNBC:Read more
Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts Democrat who defeated Scott Brown for the U.S. Senate, held what the Boston Herald reports as an "awkward" first press conference in Boston with Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick.Read more
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