As we look ahead to November’s elections, Canton Patch is devoted to bring you the information you need about every race in town.
Here's our start on the candidates and issues we'll be covering as November draws near.
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Massachusetts has a front row seat in this year's Presidential election.
President Barack Obama is no stranger to Massachusetts, as the Island of Martha's Vineyard has been the President's summer hideaway for the past few years. With a fight ahead of him this November, for a family vacation on the Vineyard this summer.
Presidential hopeful and former Massachusetts governor, Republican Mitt Romney is a . The Town of Belmont was happy when Romney won the Republican primary, but will he be able to carry the mostly Democratic state once again and this time as President?
U.S. Senator Scott Brown stopped at Blue Hills Brewery in Canton during his campaign tour of the state's breweries. Challenger and Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate Elizabeth Warren hasn't stopped by Canton for a photo opportunity, yet there is still time. The race between Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warrenhas already gotten rough. Is it politics as usual? What will this mean for Massachusetts?
Canton's State Rep., William Galvin, and State Senator Brian A. Joyce will seek re-election this November.
Massachusetts lost a Congressional seat, after the 2010 U.S. Census results showed a population shift within the state. After Jan. 1, 2013, there will no longer be a 10th Congressional District. The 9th District, where Canton now sits, will become part of the 8th District. Basically, the 8th District is the old 9th, and you can't get more New England than that description. It also looks as if Rep. Steven Lynch, district 9, will be running for a seat in the new district 8.