(This Week In Business) - Just ahead of the November midterm elections, voters are digesting the latest round of economic news. Slow growth is on the menu.
The nation's economy expanded at an annual rage of 2% from July to September. That is up 0.3% from the April to June quarter, but is it enough to satisfy a public that is hungry for jobs? How will it affect local elections?
Members of our Boston Business editors roundtable tackle the Massachusetts governors race and the impact of the economy on the Congressional races.