The Gathering Storm

By DAVID S. BERNSTEIN  |  November 7, 2012

Grossman's decision to run for governor would launch a race for treasurer (nearly certain to include Boston city councillor Stephen Murphy); and there's plenty of interest in Coakley's AG position and Capuano's House seat.

There are also a host of Democrats interested in running for lieutenant governor — depending on who is running for the top spot.

So don't expect much respite from political action, now that the Scott Brown–Elizabeth Warren battle is over. There won't be much calm before the next storm.

CRAVING POST-ELECTION COVERAGE? Bernstein analyzes the aftermath at thePhoenix.com/talkingpolitics.

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