Here are the top POLITICAL headlines from BostonGlobe.com today:
- Super Tuesday contests could reshape GOP race: Political reporters Matt Viser and Bobby Caina Calvan explain the significance of Super Tuesday in determining whether the Republican presidential contest is drawing closer toward a conclusion, or whether one of the most unpredictable races in a generation has yet another unexpected turn.
- Democratic jitters in Massachusetts Senate race: A series of recent polls found Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown leading Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren .
- The elusive task of placing Palin: Columnist Joanna Weiss discusses the two opposing lives that Sarah Palin is trying to live - entertainment and politics - and if it is possible for her to succeed in either.
- Voters head to primary polls in Massachusetts; former governor Mitt Romney expected to do well in GOP race: Assistant metro editor Martin Finucane writes about today's Super Tuesday votes and the predictions that Romney will do well in Massachusetts.