Daily Dot: The complete Internet voter’s guide to the 2014 election

If net neutrality is one of the major battles of our time, Ed Markey is one of the Internet’s best champions. As the junior senator from Massachusetts, whose citizens have played crucial roles in the birth and evolution of cyberspace, Markey’s brief tenure—he was put in office in a 2013 special election to replace John […] More »

MetroWest Daily News: Re-elect Sen. Ed Markey

After a productive 37 years in the House, Ed Markey doesn’t have much to show for his first year in the Senate. Then again, the 113th Congress, one of the least productive in history, hasn’t much to show either. Markey went from the futility of serving in a Republican-controlled House to the paralysis of the […] More »

Environment Massachusetts Endorses Candidates for 2014 Elections

Environment Massachusetts, a statewide environmental organization, announced today the endorsement of six candidates for federal office in the 2014 elections. The candidates are: Ed Markey (U.S. Senate) Jim McGovern (District 2) Niki Tsongas (District 4) Katherine Clark (District 5) Seth Moulton (District 6) Bill Keating (District 9) Support from the candidates on key issues, including […] More »

Boston Globe: Ed Markey for Senate

ED MARKEY is no Elizabeth Warren, but the comparison cuts two ways. The two Massachusetts senators approach their job differently; even before she won office for the first time in 2012, Warren had made herself a national political figure — more because of her ability to frame big-picture goals like student-loan reform than because of […] More »