The Scrum Podcast Goes To Spin City

From the Boston Globe's cozy bureau high atop the State House (pictured), reporters Frank Phillips and Jim O'Sullivan churned out stories that could make the difference between the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat in election 2014.

Don't be fooled: Today's Republican party is no more gender-diverse than it was 20 years ago, in the testosterone-fueled aftermath of the so-called Gingrich Revolution.
The Scrum Podcast: Politics And Prince With Mo Cowan

The Scrum podcast heads to Capitol Coffee on Beacon Hill for a chat with the former (and future?) Senator Mo Cowan. Reilly speaks with him about wrestling Mitch McConnell, what Charlie Baker learned from Deval Patrick, and why he's not ruling out a return to public life.

The Scrum presents the top 5 ranking for the 2014 Scrum's Prediction Challenge.

Good Luck, Charlie

Massachusetts elects an attractive man who has not held any elected office before, with a business demeanor talking about reforming Beacon Hill. We're starting to see a pattern, here. This week: post-election Scrum.

Of all the State Representative districts wholly within one Massachusetts city, only one is held by a Republican. The city is Peabody; the Republican is Leah Cole.

The Scrum Podcast: Campaign Ad Nauseum

If you turn on the TV between now and November 4th, be prepared to see lots of political ads. This week, The Scrum podcast bring you the good, the bad, and the unfair in the world of Massachusetts and Boston campaign ads.

Outguess The Scrum: Send Us Your 2014 Election Predictions

Election Day is nearly upon us, which means it's time for you to try to outguess The Scrum's David Bernstein, Peter Kadzis, and Adam Reilly in the #Mapoli Prediction Challenge.

The "I Get No Respect" Scrum Podcast

Do we write off some politicians because they're not viable? Or are they not viable because we write them off? The Scrum took a closer look at the struggle that some candidates face trying to get media coverage and the public to see them as contenders.

David Bernstein, Peter Kadzis and Adam Reilly handicap tonight's one-on-one debate between Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker.

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