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Christine Desan and Jane Manners

A model for fair campaigns

By Christine Desan and Jane Manners
August 18, 2006

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WITH LESS THAN three months until the November election, the governor's race is heating up in Massachusetts. Three of the four leading candidates, Democrats Chris Gabrieli and Thomas Reilly and Republican Kerry Healey, have already spent about $3 million on television advertising. With Gabrieli, a multimillionaire, opting out of the state's public financing system, that number is likely to go ... (Full article: 803 words)

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