In Massachusetts’ gubernatorial race, Gov. Charlie Baker’s Democratic opponents — Jay Gonzalez, Setti Warren, and Bob Massie — and Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s Republican opponents — Beth Lindstrom, John Kingston and Geoff Diehl —are all largely unknown by Massachusetts voters. With six months to go until the primaries, whose fault is it that voters are still in the dark: the candidates or the media? And are the incumbents vulnerable anyway?
Jim Braude was joined by Shirley Leung, Boston Globe business columnist and WGBH Contributor, Charlie Chieppo, principal at Chieppo Strategies and senior fellow at the Pioneer Institute, and Margery Eagan of WGBH News.