The health care executive and former surgeon is pushing for changes to the way health care systems operate and changes to higher education as a way to fill jobs in fast-growing fields in Massachusetts.
The former head of Medicare and Medicaid wants to plunge back into politics, drawing on his health care expertise to tackle broader issues.
As a Democratic candidate for governor of Massachusetts, Kayyem hopes to bring her experience to bear on the problems facing the Bay State. She’s a former columnist for the Boston Globe, and as a former cable news terrorism expert, she’s comfortable in front of the camera. Now, she’s here in front of a microphone to talk about her vision for the state.
The health care businessman advocates for a new day of collaboration beyond red and blue in the governor’s race.
In the latest in our series of conversations with the gubernatorial candidates, Attorney General Martha Coakley talks about her failed Senate bid and key issues for Massachusetts.
The only Republican in the gubernatorial race reflects on his 2010 loss and lays out his vision for Massachusetts.
In the first of a series of conversations wit the gubernatorial candidates, we talk with the state treasurer about his bid for governor.
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