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.

Trahan welcomes Pelosi at fund-raiser but won’t say whether she will support her for leader

Lori Trahan is using the California Democrat’s name and standing to help generate cash in the closing weeks of her race against GOP nominee Rick Green.

Charlie Baker erases endorsement from Fall River mayor

The campaign team scrubbed Jasiel Correia II’s endorsement soon after federal authorities arrested the 26-year-old mayor on wire fraud charges.

Charlie Baker will vote ‘no’ on nurse-staffing Question 1

Democratic gubernatorial challenger Jay Gonzalez supports Question 1.

Gonzalez and Palfrey secure more than $500,000 in public financing for campaign

Jay Gonzalez and Quentin Palfrey have received $542,284, according to the state’s Office of Campaign and Political Finance.

CAMPAIGN NOTEBOOK

Transgender rights effort leads fund-raising battle on Question 3

The sides are dueling over the Nov. 6 ballot question that asks voters whether they want to keep or repeal the state law that bars transgender discrimination in places of public accommodations like stores and restaurants.

Opposite sides of transgender law ballot question launch competing ads

The campaigns on both sides of the debate have launched new digital ads, setting the stage for an emotional ad war over who could be protected or hurt by the measure.

This fund-raiser is trying to help Democrats. So why is he also raising money for Charlie Baker?

A Democrat-led super PAC aiming to oust Republican state legislators across the country is raising money in Boston — with help, of course, from Republican Governor Charlie Baker’s campaign chair.