• 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 »

  • Scenes From the Trail: Ed visits Lynn and Newburyport

    On Sunday, Oct. 26, Ed headed to the North Shore, first to join Massachusetts Democrats at the annual Lynn Democratic Town Committee breakfast, and then to kick off a door-to-door canvass in Newburyport. Check out photos from both stops, below! Ed speaking at the Lynn Democratic Town Committee Breakfast. It was a great crowd in […] More »

  • Scenes from the trail: Ed Kicks off MassDems Canvasses in Brockton & Plymouth

    On Saturday, October 25th, Ed made stops in Brockton and Plymouth to kick off a day of door knocking for Massachusetts Democrats. See photos below of both stops! Brockton Dems were ready to knock on some DemDoors Ed getting Falmouth Democrats fired up to canvass for our Massachusetts ticket! More »

  • GoLocalWorcester: McGovern and Markey Visit WPI to Tour Robotics Lab

    U.S.. Representative Jim McGovern and U.S.. Senator Ed Markey visited with Worcester Polytechnic Institute students, professors and administrators on Thursday to tour several innovative robotics engineering labs that focus on advancing space exploration, human-robot collaboration and disaster response. More »

  • Boston Herald: Senators ask gov’t for nationwide air bag recall

    Two U.S. senators are calling on regulators to issue a nationwide recall of cars with faulty air bags made by Takata Corp., questioning why automakers have been allowed to limit recalls to only certain locations with high humidity. Democratic Sens. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Edward Markey of Massachusetts made the demand in a letter […] More »

  • MassLive: Editorial: We endorse Ed Markey for US Senate

    Edward Markey is facing a challenge for his job as U.S. senator for Massachusetts. This would be his first full, six-year term as a senator, having won in a special election last year after John Kerry resigned to become Secretary of State. Markey’s Republican opponent, Brian J. Herr, is a Hopkinton selectman. Markey was a […] More »

  • MassLive: Sen. Ed Markey rejoices as Massachusetts set to receive more than $131 million in low income heating assistance funding

    With Massachusetts slated to receive nearly $132 million in low income heating assistance funds, Democratic U.S. Sen. Ed Markey is thanking the Department of Health & Human Services for releasing the funds, which were approved to help families in the commonwealth stay warm this coming winter. Markey and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, both Massachusetts Democrats, recently […] More »

  • The Boston Globe: She’s the iron woman of Massachusetts’ political canvassers

    Clipboard on the floor, Kate Donaghue guided her Honda toward a cul-de-sac near the headwaters of the Assabet River, preparing for her second door-to-door canvass of the day. “I tell people, canvassing is an exercise in democracy with an emphasis on exercise,” she said. She grabbed her voter list and a neighborhood map scattered with […] More »

  • Scenes from the Trail: Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014

    On Sunday, October 12th, Ed joined supporters, spectators and volunteers at the Columbus Day Parade in East Boston. It was a beautiful day with great food and lots of fun! Check out photos below. More »

  • Scenes from the trail: Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014

    On Saturday, October 11th, Ed hit the campaign trail to endorse Seth Moulton for Congress in the 6th Congressional District, and to tour the oldest agricultural fair in the country! Ed began the day in Peabody to throw his support behind Seth Moulton for Congress. He then traveled to Topsfield and met with voters, supporters […] More »