It’s On!!!

The brawl to (temporarily) have it all is on, according to Secretary of State Galvin’s office. It was announced today that the primary election (if necessary) will be April 30th, and the general election for Senator Kerry’s vacated US Senate seat will be held on June 25th.

What does it all mean? How will the calander impact the shape of the race? Whose summer vacation plans will take the worst beating? Stay tuned to this space. We will explain it all to you in as close to real time as we can.

Next up… Who gets the even more temporary nod from the Guv?

About Jerold Duquette

Jerold Duquette is an associate professor of political science at Central Connecticut State University. He is the author of Regulating the National Pastime: Baseball and Antitrust and has published articles and book chapters on campaign finance reform, political parties, Massachusetts politics and political culture, public opinion, and political socialization. Professor Duquette lives in Longmeadow, MA with his wife and four children.
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