Gov. Deval Patrick: From Richmond to the race for the White House in 2020
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick announced Nov. 13 that he is running for president, making a late entry into the Democratic race less than three months before primary voting begins.
Here's a selection of stories that ran in The Eagle over the past several years, focusing on Patrick.
Patrick says he learned 'give and take' on Beacon Hill
Too far left? Some candidates don't buy the argument
Deval Patrick takes 2020 campaign to South Carolina
How moderates are seizing the moment in the Democratic Primary
Deval Patrick takes unapologetic pro-business stance in primary bid
Patrick refuses to disavow PAC money in Dem presidential bid
Weary Democratic voters balk at new presidential candidates
Analysis: Deval Patrick's 2020 entry revives debate over 'electability'
For Barack Obama and Deval Patrick, a long friendship and political bond
Deval About Town: Patrick stays busy in the Berkshires
Berkshire delegation says Patrick faces uphill battle in 2020 Democratic primary
Gov. Charlie Baker, a former foe and successor of Deval Patrick, mum on candidacy
Video: Deval Patrick announces run for presidency
Photos: Looking back at resident Gov. Deval Patrick in the Berkshires
It's official: Deval Patrick joins Democratic presidential primary
Sources: Former Gov. Deval Patrick tells allies he plans 2020 presidential bid
Former Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick mulling White House run
Our Opinion: Patrick rethinks taking the journey
Our Opinion: Pilgrimage to Patrick's
Former Gov. Deval Patrick joins Obama foundation board
Governor Patrick: I won't be next US attorney general
Governor's spouse gets taxpayer-funded chief of staff
Patrick holds big lead in polls
Our Opinion: Patrick for governor
Patrick holds hope for change
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