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2013 elections

Barney Frank for interim senator?

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No Affleck, either

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Connecticut resident says he's not running for Senate in Massachusetts

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At-large council race begins

WuDavid Bernstein reports on the first person to announce a race for one of the four at-large council seats next year: Michelle Wu of the South End.

Wu's a past Rappaport Fellow in Law and Public Policy at City Hall and worked on Elizabeth Warren's campaign.

If elected, and Ayanna Pressley gets re-elected, we'll have two Chicago natives on the council.

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The mayoral candidate being left off early MSM reports

Mike Ball discusses Will Dorcena, who announced he was running for mayor in 2013 earlier this year, but who was left off most of the gossip reports about who might run if Menino doesn't.

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Getting a head start on the next election

Dorcena sign in Roslindale

The early bird gets the job? Will Dorcena isn't waiting until next year to put up campaign signs, in this case in front of St. Nectarios in Roslindale.

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Will Dorcena to pull a Bennett and knock on thousands of doors across the city

Mike Ball reports from Dorcena's 2013 mayoral race kickoff. No word if he plans to buy a little red scooter to get from door to door or to plaster every single light post in the city with stickers.

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Our first mayoral candidate

Mike Ball reports Will Dorcena, who didn't win in the fall at-large city-council race, plans to announce tomorrow that he's running for mayor in 2013.

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A word of advice to Boston's next mayor

Yes, Ms. Pressley, we're talking to you, now that the Herald has named you a force to be reckoned with (well, or they would have if they hadn't spelled it "rekoned"): Remember what happened to the last at-large councilor who did surprisingly well and started having his name bandied about as the next mayor and don't fall in love.

Meanwhile, David Bernstein crunches Tuesday's numbers in the at-large race.

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