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Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey, at a meeting of the Boston Chamber of Commerce in November, is the Romney administration’s liaison with local officials.

Healey quietly labors to polish an image

Republican eyes run for governor

By Brian C. Mooney
Globe Staff / December 11, 2005

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For most Republicans, South Boston is terra incognita, a forbidding enclave of urbanites with Democrat in their DNA. But on a dreary late-fall afternoon, Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey stepped around rain puddles and through the back door of a three-story brick building along the drab industrial corridor of Old Colony Avenue. (Full article: 2309 words)

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