Here are the top POLITICAL headlines from BostonGlobe.com today:
- President Obama paints picture of 'two different paths for America': In accepting the Democratic nomination, President Obama said the election will be a "choice between two fundamentally different visions for the future." Politics reporters Matt Viser and Brian MacQuarrie detail.
- President's goals rely more on resolve than specifics: President Obama tried to shift the conversation away from Republican Mitt Romney's stinging rebukes over the economy. Washington bureau chief Chris Rowland reports.
- Obama didn't offer a clear way forward: The President's speech encouraged voters to stick with him. Globe columnist Scot Lehigh explains.
- Romney, Obama to visit tossup N.H. today: Dueling visits to New Hampshire by President Obama and Mitt Romney on Friday signify the importance of the state and its four electoral votes in November. Politics reporter Brian C. Mooney writes.
- Clinton's speech may be remembered as turning point: One speech that analysts will talk about as a turning point if Barack Obama prevails is Bill Clinton's Wednesday night nominating address. Globe columnist Scot Lehigh details.
- Bielat, Kennedy to vie for open House seat: The fight to fill Barney Frank's House seat will pit Sean Bielat, a Republican who challenged Frank two years ago, against Democrat Joseph P. Kennedy III. Globe politics reporter Michael Levenson outlines.
- President Obama uses acceptance speech to ask Americans not to abandon him or his vision: In second presidential nomination speech, Obama acknowledges that recovery from the recession has been slow but urges voters to choose him for four more years. Globe politics editor Glen Johnson reports.