Update: A recent poll from Suffolk University has good news for Coakley and bad news for Schilling.
The 2010 US Senate special election in Massachusetts will take place on January 19, 2010, with a party primary election on December 8, 2009. To get on the ballot, candidate must submit 10,000 verified signatures by October 20, 2009.
- Attorney General Martha Coakley (D) – via the Boston Globe.
- Congressman Stephen Lynch (D) – via the Boston Herald Now, he’s not running! Statement here.
- Congressman Mike Capuano (D) – via the Boston Globe
- City Year co-founder Alan Khazei (D) – via the Washington Post.
- Boston Celtics co-owner Stephen Pagliuca (D) – via the Boston Herald
- State Senator Scott Brown (R) via Blue Mass Group (who has some questionable photos)
- Canton Selectman Bob Burr (R) via Boston Globe.
- Victoria Reggie Kennedy (Sen. Kennedy’s wife) – via Politico
- Congressman Barney Frank – via WBUR
- Congressman Bill Delahunt – via Hardball
- Governor Deval Patrick – via Boston Globe
- former Governor Mitt Romney – via Politico
- Congressman Patrick Kennedy – via WRNI
- former Congressman Joseph Kennedy II – via ProJo
- former Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey (R) – via the AP
- former Congressman Marty Meehan – via the Boston Herald.
- Congressman Ed Markey – via the Boston Herald.
- former Bush Chief of Staff Andy Card (R) – via Politico
- Congressman Stephen Lynch (D) – via the Boston Globe.
- Congressman John Tierney (D) – via the Boston Globe
- former Red Sox hurler Curt Schilling (I) – via ESPN
- Congressman Jim McGovern (D) – via the Sun Chronicle.
This post will be updated regularly with news as it comes in.