And then make up your own mind, because we won't tell you who to vote for.
Credit the paper for disclosure, though--"intervening to assist this newspaper refinance [sic] to survive the current economic downturn" is cited as one of Boston Mayor Tom Menino's noteworthy achievements.
Earlier: why the Banner didn't endorse in the mayoral prelim.
Back in July, when Boston Mayor Tom Menino arranged a $200,000 loan that allowed the endangered Bay State Banner to resume publication, Globe columnist Adrian Walker argued that the arrangment would dangerously diminish the Banner's editorial autonomy. "[I]ts independence is the only thing that makes the Banner worth saving,
journalistically speaking," Walker wrote.