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Mayor Thomas M. Menino visited Grove Hall while his opponent, City Councilor Maura A. Hennigan, greeted shoppers at South Bay in the last campaigning before today’s vote.

Trying for a big finish

Candidates race to get out vote for mayor and the City Council

By Lisa Wangsness and Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / November 8, 2005

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Candidates fanned out across the city yesterday, calling voters, knocking on doors, and holding signs on street corners in last-minute efforts to gain an edge before Boston voters go to the polls today to elect a mayor and to choose four at-large city councilors. (Full article: 850 words)

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