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Sunday, September 3, 2006

Galvin keeps a low profile

FRAMINGHAM

Secretary of State William Galvin paid a visit to the Summerville at Farm Pond Retirement Community in Framingham last week, where he introduced himself and then launched into a long list of his achievements.

"I've been on your side," he told the 25 men and women in the audience.

After his pitch, one woman told him she didn't know who he was or what he was runnning for. So Galvin started over...

The Democratic primary race between Galvin and challenger John Bonifaz has been a low-profile one. The Globe in a front-page story today examines the efforts of his opponent, political newcomer John Bonifaz, to debate Galvin, who first won election in 1994.

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(John Bonifaz at a recent candidates' night, Globe Staff Photo by Jim Davis)

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