The race for the 6th Congressional District was expected to be a rematch, this time with Richard Tisei having the upper hand. After just barely losing to Democratic Congressman John Tierney in 2012, the Republican looked poised to overtake the incumbent, who would be running without the benefit of Barack Obama topping the ticket.
But that all changed when political newcomer Seth Moulton beat Tierney in a primary election upset. Now, instead of facing an entrenched and controversial incumbent, Tisei is squaring off against a fresh-faced Iraq War veteran, and polls suggest the race is a dead heat.
Seth Moulton was here for a one-on-one interview last month.