An anti-capitalist Secretary of State is facing serious scrutiny due to his overregulation of small businesses which has hurt the financial services industry in Massachusetts.
“After nearly a quarter-century as the state’s top elections official, Secretary of State William Galvin is facing his toughest re-election campaign in decades as he tries to fend off fellow Democrat and Boston City Councilor Josh Zakim in the Sept. 4 primary,” said Boston.com.
Though Galvin eventually won his primary, he is not out of the woods in a state that, despite voting overwhelmingly for Democrats in presidential elections, has a Republican governor with a high approval rating.
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