BostonGlobe.com CAPITAL Headlines - July 18, 2014 July 19, 2014 Here are highlights from Capital today: Poll has Martha Coakley, Charlie Baker in dead heat: The gap between the two candidates is now the narrowest it has been in the seven weeks since the Globe began polling. Michael Levenson details the poll. Is a lieutenant governor even needed?: Seven hopefuls are championing not only their candidacies but also the indispensability of the office. Akilah Johnson details the latest. Planned Parenthood official leads effort for new abortion clinic laws: To Martha “Marty” Walz, one of a woman’s most basic rights is the ability to choose whether and when to have children. Jeremy C. Fox reports. Need some hands to shake? This is the spot: Robie's Country Store is known for its hot coffee, chitchat, and frequent visits from would-be presidents. Meg Heckman details the story. Charlie Baker releases tax returns: The Republican urged his gubernatorial rivals to release their IRS filings as well. Jim O’Sullivan reports. Evan Falchuk’s bold vision: The gubernatorial candidate wants to establish a political party that will favor data over dogma and engage citizens. Scot Lehigh details his vision.