BostonGlobe.com Political Headlines - Nov. 5, 2014 November 05, 2014 Here are political highlights from today's Globe: Baker leads Coakley in Mass. governor’s race: With most votes counted, Charlie Baker was the projected victor, but Martha Coakley would not concede. Frank Phillips and Michael Levenson detail the latest. Mass. measure to repeal casino bill fails: Voters rejected an effort to repeal the state’s three-year-old expanded gambling law. Mark Arsenault reports. GOP captures Senate, will take full control of Congress: Republicans won races across the US to become the majority party in the US Senate. Noah Bierman details the story. Shaheen defeats Brown in N.H.: Republican Scott Brown conceded to incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen in the race for New Hampshire’s US Senate seat. Joshua Miller reports. Waiting for all the votes to be counted: The Massachusetts gubernatorial race shows how risky it is for anyone to presume victory before all the votes are in. Joan Vennochi details the latest. Election Night’s other winners and losers: Here’s a rundown of other people and places that were helped or hurt on Election Night 2014. Shirley Leung details the results.