Charlie Baker joins growing race for governor

From the Boston Herald:

Republican Charlie Baker, the well-financed CEO of Harvard Pilgrim, has jumped into a quickly swelling 2010 gubernatorial race only two days after Treasurer Timothy Cahill said he decided to switch political parties.

Baker, who is largely unknown to voters throughout the state, will leave Harvard Pilgrim on July 17 and set up a political committee by July 28, according to a source close to Baker. Read more…

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One Comment on “Charlie Baker joins growing race for governor”

  1. bp Says:

    has a fair chance to be elected.will need an overwhelming vote in the suburbs,to off set the big city turnout for patrick.cahill will be a factor only if the economy gets worst.christy is a wild card,could actually draw in independents to republican primary.still a blue state with a built in loyalty to democratic politicians.


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