Rosenberg paid nearly $150,000 in legal bills out of campaign account last year

Current and former elected officials have wide leeway in spending their campaign funds under state law, as long as the expenditures go toward “the enhancement of the [person’s] political future.”

Rachael Rollins confirms film crew is taping a documentary on her for Netflix

A film crew has been following Suffolk County’s new district attorney, Rachael Rollins, often to public events but also during more private moments.

Senate president to stay away from sports betting legislation because of family conflict

Karen Spilka disclosed to state ethics regulators that her son works at Boston-based fantasy sports company DraftKings.

Don’t like Elizabeth Warren? Here’s how you can tell her how you feel

Elizabeth Warren’s presidential exploratory committee’s website includes a questionnaire for visitors to say why they don’t support her.

Geoff Diehl to back Baker team’s candidate in race for state GOP chairman

“I am shocked,” said state Representative Jim Lyons of Andover, a conservative who had toyed with the idea of seeking the post but deferred to Diehl.

Once the pay hike’s top critic, Baker will take $100,000 in new compensation in 2019

When state lawmakers rammed a bill into law last year giving them and other elected officials hefty pay hikes, Governor Charlie Baker was unequivocal in his disapproval.

Geoff Diehl considering bid to lead state GOP

Diehl said Wednesday that he’s been encouraged by several people to seek the post, which has wide sway over the state Republican Party’s direction, fund-raising, and priorities.

Campaign Notebook

What’s ballot question No. 2 about?

WBUR, the Globe, and UMass Boston hosted a debate Thursday on the lesser-known ballot initiative.

Democrat Jay Gonzalez preps TV campaign in race for governor

The media blitz would mark the Democrat’s first television advertisement in his bid against Governor Charlie Baker.

GOP opponent’s campaign says congresswoman ‘looks rundown’

A spokeswoman for US Representative Katherine Clark said the campaign was “not going to dignify” the charge with a response.