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Amid tight race, Coakley’s campaign goes full-bore

Observers say complacency had set in

National Democrats have started campaigning for Martha Coakley, including former president Bill Clinton, who spoke at a campaign rally yesterday at the Fairmont Copley Hotel. National Democrats have started campaigning for Martha Coakley, including former president Bill Clinton, who spoke at a campaign rally yesterday at the Fairmont Copley Hotel. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / January 16, 2010

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After Attorney General Martha Coakley sailed largely unscathed through the Democratic Senate primary, her aides set a course for the general election that fit her status as the perceived front-runner: protect her statewide popularity, and ignore the little-known Republican opponent. (Full article: 900 words)

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