Rural towns get greater voice in Massachusetts government
Obama rural campaign veterans bearish on 2016 election
Bay State Creates New Rural Commission
Rural voters pose challenge for Dems in 2016 Senate fights
Rural Democrats not happy with party committees
Rural economic development opportunities for Charlie Baker lie in food and agriculture sector: Guest commentary
Push on for state rural policy office amid concerns about incoming Baker administration
Rural voters speak loudly in midterms, Democrats pay the price
Rural voters key to Democratic Senate hopes in Georgia and Kentucky
Grimes to McConnell: 'That's not how you hold a gun'
Martha Coakley learns from 2010 mistakes, brings new focus to Massachusetts gubernatorial campaign
Rural retreat for Democrats
Hillary Clinton in the hinterlands
Western Mass. Democratic strategist Matt Barron contributing to Kentucky super PAC aiming at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell
Elizabeth Warren's popularity with national progressives fuels buzz over 2016 presidential run
Was Republican Don Humason's win in special Senate election result of his campaigning or lazy Democratic politics?
Could record low opinion of elected federal officials spell trouble for local incumbents in tight re-election battles?
Government shutdown's political impact could be great or gone in a year
Speak Your Piece: Failure to Secede The latest round of efforts to form new states out of rural counties in California, Colorado and Maryland cannot succeed. But that doesn’t mean these movements can't pack a political punch at the ballot box.
Coakley still haunted by ghosts of 2010
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