Mass. voters weighing stark choice for governor, millionaires tax

MASSACHUSETTS VOTERS go to the polls Tuesdau to decide the commonwealth's next governor and ballot questions. One question would amend the state constitution to impose a 4% surtax on the portion of an individual’s annual income that exceeds $1 million. Another question would repeal a new law allowing immigrants in the country illegally to obtain state driver’s licenses. / BRYNN ANDERSON / ASSOCIATED PRESS
BOSTON (AP) – Massachusetts voters are weighing starkly different candidates for governor as they cast their ballots. The election pits Democrat Maura Healey, who would be the state's first woman and first openly gay candidate elected governor, against Republican Geoff Diehl, a former state representative who was endorsed by Donald Trump. If elected, Healey would…

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