Here are the top political headlines from BostonGlobe.com today:
- Late moderate turn carrying Mitt Romney far: The more moderate tone and style Romney adopted in the presidential election's closing weeks have boosted his once-flagging campaign. Globe politics reporter Matt Viser details.
- On jobs, Senate rivals reflect the two-party split: Senator Brown and Elizabeth Warren largely mirror the basic divide between the GOP and Democrats on the role of government in putting people back to work. Globe politics reporter Noah Bierman writes.
- Democrats aiming to reverse GOP gains in state: Two years after the Tea Party surge helped double Republicans' numbers in the state House of Representatives, Democrats are trying to fight back. Globe reporter Stephanie Ebbert explains.