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Stumping to newer roots

Menino joins his mayoral competitors in trying to woo younger voters

Mayor Thomas M. Menino spoke with Michael Long and Elisabeth Macias at a recent event at a North End bar geared toward young professionals. City elections have tended to draw few younger voters. Mayor Thomas M. Menino spoke with Michael Long and Elisabeth Macias at a recent event at a North End bar geared toward young professionals. City elections have tended to draw few younger voters. (Essdras M Suarez/ Boston Globe)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / August 3, 2009

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As the after-work crowd at Tia’s sipped mojitos and clutched aluminum bottles of Bud Light, Mayor Thomas M. Menino, tie firmly knotted and cuffs buttoned, worked his way through the packed patio, shaking hands and posing for iPhone photos. (Full article: 1020 words)

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