Campaign update: Baker claims it's neck and neck, which means his campaign is collapsing
Latest Suffolk poll shows Patrick 7 points ahead. Baker campaign bravely says their own polling shows a dead-even race, which a reporter with an attention span longer than 30 seconds reports really means the Baker campaign is now in free fall.
The Herald tries to buck its man up, quotes Baker as blaming Patrick for the national economic collapse. John Carroll notices the Baker campaign doesn't know anything about the capacity of Fenway Park. Channel 4 looks at the two candidates on the idea of no new taxes.
Boston Municipal Research Bureau warns Boston could lose $43 million in state aid if Question 3 passes and the legislature follows the will of the people and actually cuts the sales tax to 3%. talks to organizers on both sides of the battle over Question 3.
Punditocracy: Globe says no on 3. Scot Lehigh assembles a column out of a bunch of random thoughts. Brian McGrory defends the Big Dig. The Republican Operative at the Herald urges Baker not to give up. The Herald itself blames Patrick for thinking about buying a barge, even though he didn't buy the barge.