Thursday, June 13, 2013 at 09:09AM
- Gomez makes bid for Democratic voters in debate: During last night's second US Senate debate, Gabriel E. Gomez sought to distance himself from the national Republican Party, reports Michael Levenson.
- Amid struggles, Obama hits trail in Boston: President Obama arrives in Boston today on the kind of mission for which he is known to excel - headlining a rally for Democrats, in this case Senate candidate Edward J. Markey. But Obama arrives at a difficult moment in his presidency. National political reporter Matt Viser details.
- Income of Boston mayoral hopefuls varies: While there are no Mitt Romneys in the candidate pool, many looking to succeed Menino now earn more than the city's median income.
- Gabriel Gomez steps up his game: Columnist Scot Lehigh analyzes last night's debate, saying that Republican Gabriel Gomez needed to up his game - and he did that. As for Democrat Ed Markey, he says he was not dull, but hardly inspiring.
- Teacher trafficking: Farah Stockman writes about the strange saga of Filipino workers, American schools, and H-1B visas.
- Paul Cellucci's way was honorable: Columnist Adrian Walker writes about the legacy of the former governor, who recently passed away after a battle with ALS.