BostonGlobe.com CAPITAL Headlines - July 11, 2014 July 12, 2014 Here are highlights from Capital today: The 2016 primary circus is coming to New Hampshire: A cluster of possible 2016 hopefuls is making the trek to New Hampshire in what some say is the most wide-open GOP field in memory. Political reporter Joshua Miller details. Mass. economy on the mend, but voters worry about their wallets: The new Boston Globe poll suggests Bay State voters aren’t sold on the economic recovery. Eight in 10 say their personal financial situation is about the same or worse than it was a year ago. David Scharfenberg reports. Hillary's speeches should be free: Columnist Scot Lehigh says Clinton should forgo paid speeches to private sector groups and speak for free on campuses. Politicians keep writing -- but who's reading?: National political reporter Matt Viser provides analysis: if books by politicians rarely sell well, why do publishers rush to sign them up? Warren, Markey seek to reinvent Senate pairing: Along with Elizabeth Warren, Ed Markey is working to refashion what it means to be a senator from Massachusetts. Political reporter Jim O'Sullivan with more.