GOP Governor Charlie Baker’s Massachusetts Ranked “Best State To Live In” for 2019

Massachusetts continues to thrive thanks to GOP Governor Charlie Baker’s results-driven leadership.

The RGA reports:

Massachusetts continues to thrive thanks to GOP Governor Charlie Baker’s results-driven leadership.

In their annual “Best States to Live in” rankings, Wallethub rated Massachusetts under Governor Baker first in the nation for 2019, highlighting its strong economy, robust health and education systems, and exceptional quality of life. This comes as Governor Baker’s pro-jobs policies have spurred unprecedented growth, with the commonwealth’s unemployment rate falling below 3 percent for the first time in over 18 years. 

With Governor Baker committed to providing effective, bipartisan solutions to Massachusetts’ challenges, working families continue to see clear results from his leadership.


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