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BOSTON (WBZ-AM) — Gov. Charlie Baker called his re-election win a voter affirmation of his bipartisan approach to governing.
Baker promised to continue to work with Democratic leaders of the legislature to get things done for Massachusetts.
“I think the big message from the voters last night was that what people really want, more than anything, is progress. And they want progress on the things that are going to improve the quality of their lives here in Massachusetts,” Baker said. “I think the big message was we’d really rather have our elected officials working with one another and trying to get things done, than sniping at each other.”
Baker says he intends to serve all four years of a second term. He hopes to continue to make progress on unfinished business from his first term
WBZ NewsRadio1030’s Mike Macklin (@mikemacklinwbz) reports