Wolf latest Democrat in Mass. governor's race
BOSTON (AP) -- State Sen. Dan Wolf has become the third Democrat to officially enter the 2014 race for governor in Massachusetts.
The Harwich resident announced his candidacy on Wednesday in a statement and a video posted on his campaign website.
Wolf is in his second two-year term in the state Senate representing Cape Cod and the islands.
Wolf touted his business background as one of the founders of Cape Air, an employee-owned company that flies to more than three dozen cities and has more than 1,000 employees.
Donald Berwick, a pediatrician and former top health care official in President Barack Obama's administration, and Joseph Avellone, a life sciences company executive and former Wellesley selectman, previously announced their candidacies for the Democratic nomination.
Several other Democrats and Republicans are considering campaigns.