Earlier today, GOP Governor Charlie Baker announced that he will run for re-election in 2018 to continue building on the progress his administration has achieved for the people of Massachusetts over the last four years. Since taking office, Governor Baker has remained focused on getting real results for Massachusetts through bipartisan problem-solving, leading the state to record economic growth and prosperity. Bay Staters have recognized Governor Baker’s results-driven leadership, making him the most popular governor in America. As Governor Baker continues to achieve proven results for Massachusetts, he will accomplish even more for the people of his state in a second term.
The Boston Herald reports:
“Gov. Charlie Baker said today he will seek re-election in 2018, confirming the long-held belief he’d seek a second term with an early-morning, no-frills announcement.
Baker and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito won’t make a formal campaign launch until next year, according to Jim Conroy, Baker’s top political aide and the manager of his 2014 campaign.
‘The Governor and Lt. Governor intend to seek re-election, and will begin to build a campaign organization over the coming months,’ Conroy said in a statement. ‘With election day still a year away, the Governor and Lt. Governor remain focused on the bipartisan work they were elected to do.’”