VIDEOS OF BOB
Bob's 2018 massachusetts democratic
Close UPs Interview with Bob Massie
Bob Massie touts his 2018 Democratic gubernatorial bid
Interview with the young turks 4/17/18
DEMOCRATIC GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES DEBATE
BOB MASSIE TALKS TRANSPORTATION
Talk of the Commonwealth with Hank Stolz 7/17/18
bob massie pushes for better transportation options
Worcester Telegram & Gazette, July 8, 2018
His vision includes an electrified commuter rail system with trains traveling up to 115 miles per hour between cities and a state fleet of electric vehicles powered by wind and solar farms.
And Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bob Massie repeatedly emphasized that his ideas - while perhaps big - are not from the realm of science fiction. They just aren’t in Massachusetts.
350 Action, April 26, 2018
Today, author Bill McKibben, 350 Action, a national organization working to change the politics of climate change, and 350 Mass Action, endorsed Democratic candidate Bob Massie for Massachusetts Governor
The Berkshire Eagle, Jan 5, 2018
Bob Massie releases his 29 page energy plan that gives us hope for a future we never knew we could have until now
The Boston Globe, Dec 1, 2017
Bob Massie in the wings before speaking at the Massachusetts Democratic Convention on June 3
Daily Kos, Oct 21, 2017
I have been meaning to write a blog about my decision to run for governor of Massachusetts and the campaign since the spring, but we have had such a demanding and exciting time that I am only now making good on that intention.
Boston Herald Radio, Oct 5, 2017
Democrat Gubernatorial Candidate Bob Massie joins The Rundown to tell us why he is running for Governor.
iBerkshires.com, Aug 23, 2017
Sustainability is a word Robert Massie said he hasn't heard the current governor say.
Gubernatorial candidate Bob Massie: Transit is key to improving Western Massachusetts as part of statewide rail plan
MassLive, Aug 24, 2017
The best way to improve the economy in Western Massachusetts is to better connect the eastern and western parts of the state, said Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bob Massie.
The Nation, Jun 1, 2017
If this racial-justice and climate activist wins the nomination, he’ll be on the ballot along with Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Moyers & Company May 19, 2017
Bob Massie wants to make Massachusetts great.
The Boston Globe, May 17, 2017
"Robert K. Massie, a longtime environmentalist and entrepreneur, told about 200 supporters during his formal campaign kickoff Tuesday night that he is “irrevocably committed to liberty and justice for all." He said that commitment would translate as governor into a fight for workers’ rights and economic equality, initiatives to battle climate change, and many other progressive causes."
Boston Public Radio, May 18, 2017
"According to a poll released in early April, Gov. Charlie Baker is (once again) America's favorite governor, with a 75 percent approval rating, five points higher than his 70 percent rating from September of last year. With only 17 percent of the state's residents unhappy with Baker's job performance, who dares to challenge the most popular governor in the nation?
Bob Massie does."
Time, May 15, 2012
"Bob Massie is an expert at overcoming hurdles in life. As a young boy he suffered from hemophilia and spent much of his childhood in braces, unable to walk. He contracted hepatitis and HIV after blood transfusions, lost both knees to joint deterioration and needed a new liver to survive. Gradually he fought back, and eventually succeeded not only in walking again but in traveling widely through a life of passion and commitment."
Commonwealth, Feb 13, 2017
“The current governor, Charlie Baker, has dawdled on many key issues,” says Massie. “He cannot and will not stand up to Donald Trump.”
The Boston Globe, Apr 24, 2017
"Massie said he has been meeting with climate and other progressive groups, including supporters of Vermont US Senator Bernie Sanders, who narrowly lost last year’s presidential primary to Hillary Clinton, despite nearly all the state’s Democratic powerbrokers lining up behind Clinton."