You might have missed it amid the multitude of municipal elections Tuesday, but there was also a contest involving the state Legislature — and in Central Mass., voters flipped the Worcester-Hampshire District seat from blue to red. Republican Peter Durant, who's currently a state representative, won by five points after focusing on gun rights and Gov. Maura Healey's response to the state's migrant surge and shelter crisis.
Does Durant's win offer a template for Republicans to use across the state as they try to rebound from near irrelevance on Beacon Hill? Adam Reilly discusses with GBH News State House correspondent Katie Lannan.