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WINNING ON HOME TURF

Romney holds on to his base in Bay State

Suburbanites stick with ex-governor

At 6:52 a.m. yesterday, Dunstable Town Clerk Carol Skerrett (center) gave last-minute instructions to poll checkers Norman Lombardi (left) and Mary DeBarbin, while Francis Hyatt waited for 7 o'clock to cast the first vote of the day. At 6:52 a.m. yesterday, Dunstable Town Clerk Carol Skerrett (center) gave last-minute instructions to poll checkers Norman Lombardi (left) and Mary DeBarbin, while Francis Hyatt waited for 7 o'clock to cast the first vote of the day. (MARK WILSON/GLOBE STAFF)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / February 6, 2008

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MEDWAY - When he ran for governor in 2002, Mitt Romney's campaign as a business executive who would bring order to Beacon Hill and fight taxes resonated with independent suburban voters like David Langille, a Medway landscaper. Yesterday Langille voted for Romney again, though this time he saw the candidate in a somewhat different light. (Full article: 831 words)

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