Matt Szafranski on why being an outsider is not as appealing for a presidential candidate as it used to be.
Kristen Elechko on the women running for president.
Trump talks to me and I hang up.
Kate Albright-Hanna and Nathaniel Waring on the bern who is now a blister.
Kristen Elechko on women in the political races to make a better democracy for all. Ariadna Goenaga on “Most Unknown” documentary about scientists. Ali Pinschmidt on the humor in the video she’s spearheading called “Don’t Take That Receipt” [BPA-Free.me) to raise awareness about harmful chemicals in store receipts.
And the Queen of Soul sings us in and out.
At least 1.5 million people are registered as Democrats in the state of Massachusetts. As we head toward the midterm elections in 2018, some longtime members of the party in this region say that Democrats are future focused -- and seeing people who are fired up to
HuffPost 10/29/2014 11:13 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017
I come to this stage of the political campaign in Massachusetts having worked my tail off to build a grassroots effort of supporters for Maura Healey for Attorney General. She was virtually unknown a year ago and then went on to win all but five cities and towns in the primary. My networks pulled hard for her in Western MA, in coordination with my connections throughout the entire state, including the Boston metro area.
HuffPost 09/26/2014 07:03 pm ET Updated Feb 02, 2016
Last month, I proudly powered my body over the finish line to win the gold medal for the sprint triathlon at the international Gay Games in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. It was a highlight of my life to date and the culmination of two years of intensive preparation. A lifelong athlete, I had trained long and hard, entered races and learned how to become faster, stronger, better and my hard work paid off. Along with my sprint gold, I placed second in my age group for the 10K road race and first in my age group in a cycling event.