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Capuano attacks front-runner Coakley

Capuano said even though he may trail Coakley in name recognition and money, he can still win. Coakley, he said, has lost some of her momentum. Capuano said even though he may trail Coakley in name recognition and money, he can still win. Coakley, he said, has lost some of her momentum.
By Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / October 3, 2009

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He is a scrappy, outspoken US representative from Somerville, an unabashed liberal, and he sees himself as the candidate best fit to carry on the Senate legacy of Edward M. Kennedy. (Full article: 854 words)

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