The first segment of May 9th’s WCVB On The Record Sunday Roundtable with anchors Ed Harding and Janet Wu. Mary Anne Marsh and Rob Gray discuss Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, who has recently conducted widespread polling on Governor Charlie Baker.
Meanwhile, Governor Baker’s camp has been seemingly silent. One of our political analysts says that even though Baker isn’t raising a lot of campaign money at the moment, it doesn’t mean he isn’t going to run for Governor of Massachusetts.
However, Baker’s team recently released an ad campaign further promoting the COVID-19 Vaccine to wary citizens. What impact could this have on the public’s perception of the way Baker handled the pandemic?
Next, blue states been slower at getting students back to school full-time. While Americans itch to return to normalcy, could the delays hurt the Democratic party? Similarly, how will debates over masks impact politics in the tail end of the pandemic?
Also, Representative Ayanna Pressley (MA-07), on today’s On The Record, expressed her excitement over the “historic nature” of the Boston Mayoral Race’s field. However, Rep. Pressley has not endorsed any specific candidate. What sort of impact could Pressley have on the election if she puts her clout behind one candidate?
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