We fact check Gov. Romney’s claims about his tenure in the corner office on Beacon Hill.
In the wake of the conventions, both candidates are making campaign stops in the swing state Friday. We talk to the director of the University of New Hampshire Survey Center about what the candidates need to do to win over voters.
Are the needs of cities being discussed in a serious way by President Obama or his Republican challenger Mitt Romney?
Former Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis is attending his first Democratic convention since 1988 — when he was the Democratic nominee for president — and joins Radio Boston from Charlotte to talk about Elizabeth Warren’s campaign and the 2012 presidential election.
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are campaigning in New Hampshire for the first time since Ryan was named Romney’s running mate.
Mitt Romney announced on Saturday that Paul Ryan, a conservative congressman from Wisconsin, will be joining the GOP presidential ticket.
Sen. Scott Brown claims the effort was strategically designed to benefit Elizabeth Warren’s campaign.
A Boston Globe piece charges Romney with failing to deliver the “complete transparency” he promised for the 2002 winter games.
The Boston Globe reports that Mitt Romney stayed on as the CEO of Bain Capital for three years longer than he has previously claimed. We speak with one of the Globe reporters who covered the story.
Former Democratic State Rep. Susan Tracy and former executive director of the National Republican Congressional Committee Nancy Dwight join ‘Radio Boston’ for this week’s political round-table.
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