CAPITAL Headlines - October 10, 2014

The Boston Globe




Here are highlights from Capital today:

  • In N.H., young GOP candidate draws national attention: New Hampshire’s Second Congressional District has received so much national attention this fall that voters could be forgiven for thinking it’s the presidential primary — not the midterm election — taking place in November. Meg Heckman details the latest.
  • Question 4 versus the Baker sick-time plan: If you get sick, or your kids get sick, should you be able to take time off without risking your job? And should you get paid for that time? Those are the big issues behind ballot Question 4, which has lately become a point of dissension in the governor’s race. Evan Horowitz reports.
  • Coakley up by five points in Globe: The governor’s race remains in flux with less than four weeks until the election, a new Globe poll has found. Jim O’Sullivan details the poll.