The Walsh campaign has announced an 11;45 a.m. endorsement at the Moakley Courthouse by state Sen. Therese Murray.
CommonWealth reports that the vast majority of outside money pouring into Boston is pouring into Walsh's coffers:
Super PACs and labor unions have upended Boston’s mayoral race, turning what was a relatively even spending contest between Rep. Marty Walsh and City Councilor John Connolly into a tremendously lopsided affair: An unprecedented amount of outside money has saturated Boston’s mayoral race, and more than $4 out of every $5 is lining up behind Walsh.
The Globe reports somebody is making negative push-poll calls to voters about Marty Walsh and that while the calls don't identify who's behind them, following the money suggests it's the Connolly campaign, which, of course, would never stoop so low, at least, not more than once every few years or so.
Both candidates would rather unite against the world with neighboring communities on economic development rather than engaging in internecine bickering, the Boston Business Journal reports.
Foes of the state plan to replace the Casey Overpass in Forest Hills shouldn't count on support from Connolly, the Jamaica Plain Gazette reports.
The Gazette also reports Walsh won't stand in the way of the project, but the Walsh campaign says that's just wrong, that in fact their candidate wants the state to reexamine the whole thing.
Walsh opposes domestic violence and released a plan that's focuses on prevention and more services for victims. He has a similiar multi-disiplinary plan for combatting gang violence.
In District 2, Suzanne Lee announced endorsements by State Senator Sonya Chang-Diaz, State repsJay Livingstone, Byron Rushing, Liz Malia and Gloria Fox, city councilors Mike Ross, Ayanna Pressley, and Tito Jackson and former state reps and mayoral candidates Charlotte Golar Richie and Mel King. Her opponent, Bill Linehan, released a video by Regan Communications: