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 casino. Conley said the state casino law is fundamentally flawed.
WBUR wonders if John Barros can convince anybody outside Dudley Street, where he long captained a neighborhood improvement group, to vote for him.
The Herald wonders if Felix Arroyo can pull a Ray Flynn and win an election with almost no money.
The Globe wonders if voters are too dumb to tell the difference between Dan Conley and John Connolly - after all, both come from Galway stock. David Bernstein proposes we start calling them Danley and Johnolly instead.
Somebody is getting tired of candidate tweets about the great times they're having at block parties and festivals.
Michelle Wu is in the middle of a whirlwind one-day tour of the city, specifically: Charlestown, South Boston, Chinatown, North End, East Boston, Brighton, Dorchester, Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, West Roxbury, Mattapan, Hyde Park and Roslindale (where she ends the day at 6:30 with dinner at Village Sushi), to promote her 50 Ideas for Boston Families: Pipelines to Opportunity.