Campaign notes: Rent stabilization in the outcome?

Tuesday's election could mean a city council more willing to consider things like an elected school committee and rent stabilization, the Globe suggests. Over my dead body, John fumes - at least, when it comes to rent stabilization.

Imagine that: Jimmy Kelly likes gay people. Or, at least, is willing to support civil unions (not marriage). Oh, how far he's come.

The Dorchester Reporter looks at who's endorsing whom in the mayoral and city council races.

Don't you dare bring up the election at Phil's Barber Shop on Centre Street in West Roxbury.

Rob Consalvo (city councilor for Hyde Park and a bit of Roslindale) is running hard even though he has no opposition.



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