BOSTON (WHDH) - Former Newton Mayor Setti Warren announced Thursday morning that he is dropping out of the race for governor in Massachusetts.
Warren got into the race to help with economic inequality, he wrote on Facebook. His decision to drop out, he said, was because the kind of grassroots campaign he’d need to run to win the Corner Office would cost more money than he was able to raise.
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There are now two Democrats left vying for the nomination — Robert Massie, a longtime environmental activist, and Jay Gonzalez, a top state budget official under former Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick.
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