CAPITAL - Politics Preview for Nov. 14, 2014

The Boston Globe




Here is the preview for tomorrow's Capital headlines:

  • Cover Story: A story from Jim O'Sullivan about how, after six major elections in five years, the Massachusetts political world now turns its attention back to State House policy-making.
  • Other Features Include: A story from Josh Miller with speculation about which Democrats may run for governor in 2018; and a piece from Matt Viser about Phil Cox, executive director of the Republican Governors Association and now one of the most sought-after operatives for the presidential race.
  • Plus: Globe Correspondent Meg Heckman’s piece on a weird new law in New Hampshire drawing national attention that forbids voters from posting photographs of their ballots on Facebook; and Carol Robidoux’s piece on the strangely fickle voters in New Hampshire’s first Congressional district.
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