Following David Bernstein's lead, the Globe today reports on the mystery Roslindale woman who set up a PAC to run ads supporting Marty Walsh. Turns out the woman couldn't find a voting booth if her life depended on it, yet she's raised lots of money from people she refuses to identify for these "independent" ads. The Globe also touches base with Bud "I want Chris Elliott to Play Me in My Biopic" Jackson, who says he'll be more than pleased to identify who's paying him to run pro-Marty ads - in January.
The Globe also reports that John Connolly gets angry sometimes.
The race isn't over just yet, but already has its first book, by the Dorchester Reporter's Gintautas Dumcius.
WBUR reports a new poll shows Walsh in the lead.
People against greyhound racing are now people against casinos. Speaking of casinos, a WBUR poll finds the CasiNO people have a narrow lead over Suffolk Downs in the East Boston referendum, but with 12% of voters there still undecided a few days before the election.
In District 5 (Hyde Park, Roslindale, Mattapan), Jean-Claude Sanon holds a press conference this morning to announce endorsements by State Sen.Linda Dorcena Forry, Suffolk County Sheriff Steve Tompkins, City councilors Felix Arroyo and Charles Yancey and state reps Russell Holmes and Dan Culinane in his race against Tim McCarthy for Rob Consalvo's seat.
Bay Windows surveys the at-large council candidates, including Jeff Ross, who provides a statement about an anti-Ross Web site. The Dorchester Reporter also looks at the at-large race.