Massachusetts GOP chairman Jim Lyons has overseen the decline of a party that once punched well above its weight.
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Charlie Baker’s decision to decline a run for a third term has major ramifications for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The Democratic voting habits of rural Massachusetts still run strong, perturbed only a small bit by Trumpian populism – but cracks do exist.
From 1947 onwards, a member of America’s famous Kennedy family has been sworn in as an elected official. In 2021, there will likely be none.
By running away from the party system, strategic independents can provide real competition and choices to voters in uncompetitive states.