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Governor Deval Patrick’s proposals on taxes are bold and are bound to be quite unpopular. They are also a pretty clear signal that the governor’s immediate post-governorship plans do not include a run for higher office.
If Scott Brown asked my advice about how he should proceed with his political career I would start by giving him a brief primer on the present dynamics of federal elections in Massachusetts, the bottom line of which would be that his short term electoral prospects have very little to do with who he is, or what he says or does.
Last spring, I noted that it’s not easy being Attorney General, particularly if you are interested in moving on to higher office. Can Martha Coakley beat the curse of the AG?
If you put that question to a jury, I suspect they’d deadlock.
History, literature, and popular culture have forever linked the City of Salem with witches. But anyone walking through the Salem, spending time in its famous port, and taking in its vibrant cultural institutions, knows that there is much more to contemporary Salem. And it is everything else beyond the witch trials that might provide an important boost for its Mayor, Kim Driscoll, as she contemplates higher office.
Former New Bedford Mayor Scott Lang has sent out signals regarding a possible run for the Corner Office in 2014. He’ll face a crowded field, including the former Mayor of Worcester and current Lt. Governor Tim Murray. It’s been a long time since Massachusetts Democrats nominated a Mayor.