Campaign notes: Boston hears Bennett knocking; Globe reveals Menino not ready to retire
Doug Bennett reports he's knocked on his 100,000th Boston door. The next Bennett challenge: Removing the 100,000 stickers he and his supporters have put on light poles and utility boxes.
District 7 Councilor Chuck Turner and challenger Carlos Henriquez debate Wednesday, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Vine Street Community Center in Roxbury. The main topic: "Does Roxbury matter?" Details.
Blue Mass. Group endorses Flaherty for mayor, in part because "he has created an effective coalition for change in Boston by allying with running mate Sam Yoon," in part because they say the Menino administration is tired and adrift.
The Globe reports Menino wants another term. No, really, they actually wrote a story on that theme (OK, get past that and it's a day in the life of the Menino campaign).
The Menino camp reports their man was endorsed by the Haitian American Political Action Committee because of his "appreciation for the Mayors' commitment and dedication to empower our community through education, job training, housing and business development."
Adrian Walker profiles Tito Jackson, declares "every day is St. Patrick's Day" for the non-Irish city council candidate. Hmm, would that make non-Jewish Bennett an alte knocker? Ed. note: Explanation of that bad Yinglish pun available upon request.