Headlines - October 3, 2014

The Boston Globe




Here are highlights from today's Globe:

  • Casino repeal faces long odds: In many ways, the climate for casino repeal activists couldn’t be better. But their ballot measure faces long odds at the polls. Mark Arsenault reports.
  • In N.H., attack ads are beginning to sink in: A day of canvassing voters in Ward 6, where registered Democrats edge registered Republicans by just two voters proved two things: Many people already have their minds made up — and whether they know it or not, the relentless campaign ads on television have already penetrated. Carol Robidoux reports.
  • The inner circles: Here's a look at a handful of the aides in the inner circle of the front-runner campaigns for governor.