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Menino, Flaherty keep up intensity

Foes make case in church visits

Mayor Thomas Menino (left) was greeted with applause at Ebenezer Baptist Church in the South End. He said Boston is a different city from the one he grew up in, but it still has a way to go. Councilor at Large Michael Flaherty Jr. (right) greeted Ron Bell outside Greater Love Tabernacle Church, one of several churches he visited yesterday in his quest for votes tomorrow. Mayor Thomas Menino (left) was greeted with applause at Ebenezer Baptist Church in the South End. He said Boston is a different city from the one he grew up in, but it still has a way to go. Councilor at Large Michael Flaherty Jr. (right) greeted Ron Bell outside Greater Love Tabernacle Church, one of several churches he visited yesterday in his quest for votes tomorrow. (Photos By Suzanne Kreiter/ Globe Staff)
By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / November 2, 2009

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Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino and his challenger, Councilor at Large Michael F. Flaherty Jr., took their campaigns to nearly a dozen churches across the city yesterday, praying, singing hymns, and issuing last-minute pleas for votes in tomorrow’s election. (Full article: 1241 words)

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