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No letup for mayoral rivals as voters cast verdict today

Menino, Flaherty touch all bases

Mayor Thomas M. Menino (right) aided Thomas A. Edison School pupils (from left) Jonathan Wilson, Michelle Dang, Nardos Abraham, and Crystal Soto with their planting yesterday, while Sam Yoon and Michael F. Flaherty Jr. gave Vincent Physic a hand on Centre Street. Mayor Thomas M. Menino (right) aided Thomas A. Edison School pupils (from left) Jonathan Wilson, Michelle Dang, Nardos Abraham, and Crystal Soto with their planting yesterday, while Sam Yoon and Michael F. Flaherty Jr. gave Vincent Physic a hand on Centre Street. (Photos by Suzanne Kreiter/ Globe Staff)
By Michael Levenson and Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / November 3, 2009

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Today, after a half dozen debates, thousands of handshakes, and countless visits to coffee shops and senior centers, Councilor at Large Michael F. Flaherty Jr.’s upstart campaign for change confronts Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s vaunted political machine as voters go to the polls to decide whether to give the incumbent an unprecedented fifth term in office. (Full article: 1022 words)

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