A progressive group doesn't get how the at-large councilor-to-be could think of supporting Bill Linehan for city council president.
David Paleologos, head of polling at Suffolk University, tells the Herald Asian women coming out to vote for Wu could be the deciding factor in the mayoral race, but nobody knows how they'll vote. If only somebody could poll them.
You always know an election's getting nasty when campaign signs start getting torn down.
The final televised debate is tonight, 7-8 p.m.
The Globe gets to sit in on a Connolly-campaign finance meeting and learns Connolly's internal polling shows the race is now tied. Connolly jabbed Walsh on arbitration.
And not just the two or three who actually live in Boston. The Globe reports everybody from Ernie Boch Jr to "members of the board of the conservative Pioneer Institute" are tossing money Connolly's way.
Michael Freedberg doesn't say if he saw that article before he wrote Why John Connolly is the progressive and Marty Walsh isn't:
It may well be that entrusting... Read more
The Herald reports on a debate this morning between Marty Walsh, who is all about the Suffolk Downs casino, and Dan Conley, who says the entire city should vote on it and, if it rejects the idea, he'd sue to block any casino in Everett. Walsh said the only way to protect Charlestown is to negotiate with the developer of the proposed Everett... Read more
Michelle Wu's campaign announced the endorsements this morning. She's running for one of the four at-large seats on the council in this fall's elections.
The roll call:
- Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz (Jamaica Plain)
- Sen. Anthony Petruccelli (East Boston)
- Rep. Carlo Basile (East Boston)
- Rep. Gloria Fox (Roxbury)
- Rep. Russell Holmes (Mattapan)
- Rep. Kevin Honan (Brighton)
- Rep. Elizabeth Malia (Jamaica Plain)
- Rep. Aaron Michlewitz (North End)
- Rep. ... Read more