Attorney General Maura Healey’s announcement that she was running for Massachusetts governor prompted some candidates to exit the race before it truly began — some citing that they could no longer see a path to victory.

However, with less than three months until the state's Democratic Party convention, state Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz believes she can still win the nomination for the governor’s race despite Healey’s advantages. Chang-Díaz joined Talking Politics host Adam Reilly to discuss her campaign and how she plans to win the nominations and governor’s seat.

Plus, will Boston Public Schools be placed under receivership? As the city continues its search for a new superintendent, speculations of receivership continue to grow despite opposition from Mayor Michelle Wu and the city’s teachers union. Bay State Banner's Yawu Miller and Boston Globe’s Joan Vennochi joined Adam to discuss what this means for the school system.

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Watch: Sonia Chang-Díaz is in the Mass. race for governor for the long haul