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CAPE COD TIMES: Editorial Endorses Baker-Polito, Urging A 2nd Term To "Build On Bipartisan Accomplishments

October 17, 2018 | News

The Cape Cod Times endorsed Governor Baker for re-election in an editorial today. The Times cites the Baker-Polito team's bipartisan approach, investments in areas like education and mental health, and willingness to stand up to federal policies that don't work for Massachusetts. "We believe that he has earned the respect of Massachusett... [..]

WPRI: Rep. Markey (D-Dartmouth) Endorses Baker-Polito Team For Re-Election

October 17, 2018 | News

The Baker-Polito ticket continues to build momentum and attract support from across the aisle. Yesterday in Dartmouth, Rep. Chris Markey (D) endorsed Gov. Baker and Lt. Governor Polito for re-election after touring a small business. Markey, who cited the Baker-Polito team's bipartisan approach in his endorsement, joins Democratic officials from a... [..]

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE: Major City Police Chiefs Endorse Baker-Polito

October 15, 2018 | News

The Massachusetts Major City Chiefs of Police Association on Sunday took the historic step of endorsing Governor Baker and Lt. Governor Polito for re-election, in the group's first-ever endorsement in its 15-year history. The group, which represents police chiefs in the Commonwealth's 39 largest cities, cited the Baker-Polito team's record "enhan... [..]

Gloucester Fishermen's Wives Endorse Baker-Polito, Citing Governor, Lt. Governor's Support For Industry

October 14, 2018 | News

The Gloucester Daily Times covers Governor Baker's trip to the city for a meet-and-greet with the Gloucester Fishermen's Wives Association - including the group's vice president, Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken. The group cited the Baker-Polito team's support for the fishing industry in their endorsement of the Governor and Lt. Governor. 

LOWELL SUN: Baker, Polito say they want to finish the job

October 11, 2018 | News

The Lowell Sun recaps the Governor and Lt. Governor's visit to the paper's editorial board, in which they outlined their Administration's successes and future priority, emphasizing that they want to finish the job they've started by continuing their bipartisan, collaborative approach.