BostonGlobe.com Political Headlines - October 2, 2014 October 03, 2014 Here are political highlights from today's Globe and BostonGlobe.com: A clash of styles in contest to lead Boston’s NAACP: The fierce race to lead the Boston NAACP has awakened sections of the city amid a low-wattage governor’s race. Meghan E. Irons reports. Secret Service director resigns after harsh bipartisan criticism: Julia Pierson stepped down from her post following a string of security lapses. Cat Zakrzewski details the latest. Washington delegation asked to give to Coakley amid fund-raising woes: Members of the Mass. congressional delegation have been asked to pony up at least $25,000 each from their political funds. Frank Phillips and Jim O’Sullivan report. Charlie Baker is good at big business, but does he care about small?: Under Governor Baker, would small businesses receive the same helping hand extended to Harvard Pilgrim 15 years ago? Joan Vennochi details the latest.