With just weeks to go before Election Day there are new fireworks in the governor's race, most recently with a new lawsuit filed by one of the candidates.
State Treasurer and independent candidate for governor Tim Cahill filed a lawsuit Thursday against his former top aides. Cahill says the men conspired to pass critical information about his campaign to Republican candidate Charlie Baker and to the Republican Governors Association.
WBUR's Bob Oakes and political analysts Dan Payne and Todd Domke discuss the lawsuit and its effect on the Baker and Cahill campaigns.
This program aired on October 8, 2010.