The Globe reports on the "vote farming" among elderly people in Chinatown, says city elections officials just want to fix the problem without blaming anybody.
Over in East Boston, District 1 council candidate Stephen Passacantilli is appealing for votes by telling residents they live in a hellhole:
The Globe declares the mayoral election sleepy in part because of "scant" media attention. If only Boston had a large newspaper with a newsroom full of reporters who could cover the race ...
David Bernstein reports on Walsh's not close relationship with minority police officers, says neither candidate is buying TV time for ads.
WBUR reports on the role of economic disparity in the race for mayor. The Dig looks at race in the race.
We're not saying it's an endorsement, but it's an endorsement: The Dig also explains why it's not issuing a formal endorsement in the mayoral race, but says you should vote for Jackson.
The Boston Sun reports on the two candidates' last days of campaigning.
BNN interviews District 9 (Allston/Brighton) incumbent Councilor Mark Ciommo and challenger Brandon Bowser.